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Frequently Asked Questions

Here you find answers to the most frequently asked questions. Should yours not be answered here please do not hesitate to contact us.

What is the difference between Full Body and Partial Body VR?

In Full Body VR your whole body gets tracked by a lot of cameras and you can walk freely around in a space of 100 m² without any cables. In Partial Body VR only your head and your feet get tracked.

Do I have to make a reservation?

If you want to make sure you get to play we recommend you to make a reservation. Otherwise you can also just come along and check out our place while you enjoy a drink at our bar, watch others play and see if you can get a spot.

I am wearing glasses, is that a problem?

No, its not a problem unless you have over sized glasses. Short-sighted players need their glasses, Farsighted not. Varifocals work well.

How much time do we need for a visit?

That depends on what you want to do. If you just want to play a game and leave you need about 45 min in total. Most of our customers however spend about 2 hours or more at our location. It is a great place for an afternoon visit or to start or end your evening.

Can I drink and play?

It’s ok if you had one or two small drinks before the experience but we will not let you play drunk because its too dangerous for you and also for our equipment. It is better to enjoy a few drinks AFTER the experience at our bar.

Can people in wheelchairs play?

Unfortunately we are currently not equipped to offer full body experiences for wheelchair users but we have a few games that work well with wheelchairs. Please let us know in advance and we will try everything to accommodate you.

Can pregnant women play?

Our full body games can be very intense and that’s why we don’t recommend pregnant women to play. Some more mellow partial body games however can be enjoyed by pregnant women without any issues.

Do we play against each other?

We have both cooperative and competitive games.

Do people get sick in VR?

We haven’t had any issues with motion sickness since our technology is so advanced that movements in the real world are immediately reflected with the same movements in the virtual reality. Motion sickness only happens if our eyes see something different than our body experiences like e.g. we move around with a joystick but our legs don’t move. Since this is not the case with our experiences we can ensure you that you won’t get motion sickness. If you still do, you can always just take off the headset.

Can people with epilepsy play?

Unfortunately not since it could trigger a seizure.

Are there any age restrictions?

For most of the full body games you have to be 12 years old. An exception is PolyFun where the minimum age is 8 years old. The minimum age for most partial body games is 8 years old.