Frequently asked questions
Most frequent questions and answers
We haven’t had any problems with nausea so far because with our technology you can see what your body perceives. You will only feel sick when you move around in VR but your body doesn’t. This is not the case with us. If you still feel bad, you can simply remove the VR glasses.
We have both: cooperative and competitive games.
For the full body VR games, the minimum age is 12 years. Most partial body VR games can be played from the age of eight.
Unfortunately not because it could cause a seizure.
Unfortunately we are currently not equipped to offer full body VR games for wheelchair users. But we have a few games from the partial body VR category that are well suited for wheelchair users. Please contact us in advance and we will do our best to give you a good time in VR City.
Our full body VR games can be very intense. Therefore, we do not recommend these games for pregnant women. But we have some games in the partial body VR category that pregnant women can play very well.
It’s okay if you had a drink or two before playing, but we don’t let anyone gamble drunk. It’s too dangerous for you and your equipment.
It depends what you want to do. If you just want to come for the game and then move on, you need about 45 minutes. Most of our customers stay for around 2 hours. It’s a great place to go for an afternoon or to start or end an evening.
If you want to ensure that you can play, you definitely need to make a reservation. But you can also just drop by spontaneously to have a drink or to watch the other players. If we still have a place free, we will of course be happy to let you play.
No. It’s not a problem as long as you don’t have oversized glasses. Myopic players need their glasses. Far-sighted people don’t.