What is Virtual Reality (VR)?
Virtual Reality (or VR) is a technology that allows to immerse a person in a 3D world (virtual world.) A VR headset displays a different image for each eye, computed in real time on a computer at 90 frames per second, creating a 3D illusion of reality. The person can move naturally in the 3D world, look around and act on objects, giving an incredible feeling of immersion in an alternate world.
Do I need to book? How do I book?
Yes, as we have limited space, you need to book an adventure in advance.
Book your adventure on our Booking Page
When you play the game, only the persons in your party will be with you in the game.
I am prone to sea-sickness. Will VR make me sick?
Our games do not induce motion-sickness. We develop our games ourselves, and we've taken all the steps necessary
to make sure our games will never give you any motion-scickness.
We are so confident you'll enjoy the game that we offer a full money-back guarantee.
How different it is from watching a movie in 3D?
In a movie you are a spectator.
In our Virtual Reality games you are an actor.
You feel that you are inside the virtual world. As you move your head you see what is around and even behind you. With the controllers in your hands you can touch and move objects.
Will I be in only one world?
In our first adventure you will visit three completely different virtual worlds: a space station, a magic tower, and a steampunk alternate reality.
Can anybody see in 3D in VR?
Yes, if you can see in 3D in the real world, you can see in 3D in VR.
The computer renders two separate images, one for each eye, 90 times per second.
What is a "collaborative" game?
The 4 players see each other in the game, and they can talk to each other. They need to play together to "solve" each world.
Sometimes you need to share clues that you find with the other members of your team.
Is it an "escape room"?
Yes and no. Our VR adventures share a few similarities with escape rooms: you play as a team, have a goal, and have one hour to complete this goal. But it is also very different: you are in completely impossible environments, like a space station where you can experience zero-gravity, or a magic world where you need to throw magic circles. The goal is not to "escape" from a room, but to fulfill missions in virtual worlds as if you were a special agent in our secret organisation.
The fun of playing together is the same as in an escape room, and we recommend you also try escape rooms, like:
Hawaii Escape Challenge
Room with a Clue