In computer games, confusion may occur. Some of the players suffer from dizziness or nausea, the so-called “Motion Sickness.” We used a great deal of effort to eliminate all known sources of confusion, so the likelihood that Motion Sickness occurs is rather low Eg suffering from severe travel sickness, please be aware that there may be some discomfort.
The puzzles could be too difficult for people younger than 12 years. That is why we recommend a minimum age of 12. Our games are rated from the USK as followed:
HUXLEY 1 – aged 6
HUXLEY 2 – aged 12
Our game master is there to help you and give you hints. All puzzles are solvable and have had their feasibility proven. Nonetheless our puzzles are challenging. If you don’t solve the puzzles in time, we will show you why you failed the mission if desired.
It is a multiplayer game which is playable by 2 up to 4 players per game. Each player wears a computer backpack, VR-Glasses and two controllers. During the game you can move freely around an area of 3×5 meters and immerse yourself into a digital world. Together you are trying to solve the puzzles and complete the mission.
During the VR-Adventure you are accompanied by an experienced game master. That is why you have a contact person around you all the time. At the beginning you receive a short introduction and tutorial for our virtual area and VR equipment.
If you are wearing spectacles, you can keep them, as long as they fit under the VR glasses. This is the case with most spectacle frames without drop shaped glasses. Alternatively contact lenses are recommended. People with light visual impairment do not need their own glasses. High heels and pinned-up hairstyles are not recommended!
Updos and high heels are not recommended!
The entire game you can move freely on an area of approximately 15 square meters. You can walk, bend or turn. By carrying a backpack or a wireless solution you are not tied to a cable. In your hands, you hold two controllers that you use to solve the puzzles.
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