Welcome to the future. Space and time traveling is always a great idea! Until regular people are able to travel to other planets or a time machine is invented, we suggest you try cutting-edge escape rooms. Be prepared for aliens, spaceships, time warps and experiences beyond your wildest imagination.
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
Wow. Never in 35 years of gaming has anything blown my mind like this.Stew
Great staff (Luke/Molly), visuals like you've never experienced before. This is next level gaming - i cant wait to see where the future of VR goes but as a start this is truly off the scale.
Being able to see my kids as an avatar in the virtual game beside me - we played the Singularity game, going down the vast lift shaft and walking up the curved wall & across a narrow bridge over a void - such game depth.
This is the future of gaming!
If you are a gamer you have to experience this!
WOW. I cant get over how good our day at Zero Latency was. Playing as a group of 8 family and friends was just unbelievable! We played Singularity and 48 hours later I still don't know how I managed to walk over a narrow bridge that isn't there/pretend call it what you like but to me the potential to 'fall off' either side was just about as real as it gets. Great staff, great system and a great time. Just go and try it. Thank you Zero Latency for an unforgettable day. We WILL be back!Geoff
Really immersive experience, I had a great time - we played Singularity (two teenage kids and 2 adults). The time went far too quickly (after suiting up and the intro talk you get about 20 mins actually playing the game). I would love to go again. One improvement they could make would be to actually upload a video of your game/performance to YouTube or similar so you could watch it back as it becomes a bit of a blur when you're immersed in it. Appreciate this might be beyond current technology, but something for the future?Ed