Imagine the world we know coming to an end in a matter of hours. What would we do? Book an escape room, of course! Inspired by movies and books about possible future outcomes, people are ready to take control in escape rooms. Who knows, one day these survival skills might come in handy...
VR is coming of age now.
Not just co-op gaming now there’s PvP in a room in VR.
Team vs Team for the first time in VR!
Score points by moving the Sol to the end point whilst the other team try and stop you!
2 Days ago I went to zero latency in the Nottingham venue an I played the new game called Sol Raiders and trust me it is the best be experience ever (especially because it’pvp)the staff is good and at the end of the day I had a blastBudget cuts 10110
Reigning champions of ‘Sol Heist’. %100 Recommend you have a go!!Jacob
Had a brilliant 2 games yesterday. We were a group of 25-60 year olds and we all really enjoyed our afternoon. K was our game master and put at ease all our "oldies" concerns. Great trip for people of all ages and abilities!The Browns
Played 2 games (Singularity and Outbreak Origins) as a group of 5 and 2 other people joined us on both occasions, making 7. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know everyone in your group as you all have your own avatar and your names appear above your avatars. Both games were awesome and it’s incredible to believe it all happens in such a small space! There were a few minor technical hitches with Outbreak Origins but once it got going it was fine, although some ‘blackout’ instances but only for a few seconds at a time. It’s a relatively new game so they are bound to have a few teething problems! The games themselves were completely immersive and you find yourself stepping over pipes and trying to lean on crates that aren’t there!LeanneRM
There are lockers available in the foyer to store your belongings, which take a £1 coin to lock but you get your coin back after use. You will need to keep your locker key with you while you play.
Toilets are on site, they are gender-neutral, which did worry me as a female having to share with men (!!!) but they are kept very clean so no issues at all!
Drinks and snacks are available to purchase, which are not overly expensive (less than a cinema would charge).
Best place to park is Victoria Center North, as they are immediately outside the car park before you enter the shopping center. Parking was just over £9 for 5 hours, but we were staying in the area for lunch, otherwise you wouldn’t need to park for as long. We were there on a Saturday and there were plenty of spaces available.
It’s not a cheap day out but it was such a unique experience and we all had such a great time so it’s well worth the money. I’ll definitely try and go again!
We went for a company off-site, fantastic experience and well worth the trip from London. Super easy to get to with a train from St Pancras and a short walk from Nottingham Station, the whole VR and gaming experience was phenomenal. Our age range was from 21-50+ and everyone loved it, including those who were experienced gamers right down to complete novices.Adam
The staff were helpful and were always on hand to help the day run smoothly, with lots of engaging information, tips and advice for the day. We played three games in total (including Outbreak Origins and Zombie Survival), with the time in between games spent experiencing the other VR activities (Beat Saber, Driving etc.) in the lounge area. They seemed to be ramping up for new launches when we were there too, so I'm excited to see what is on offer next time we go.
I'd thoroughly recommend in for birthday parties (any age!), company off-sites, stag/hen parties (before the drinking starts) or just a great experience day.