HUXLEY II

The legends tell the story of Huxley, hiding in a secret place as a source of infinite energy. our father dedicated his life in search of the legend and to find this mysterious source of energy, unfortunately, he disappeared.

VR Escape Room

For Ages 12+

2 - 4 Players

45 Minutes

Sci - Fi

OUR TECHNOLOGY

EQUIPMENT WE USE
Escape the Lost Pyramid – Assassins Creed Origins is played with the HTC Vive Pro 2.0 with a wireless adaptor. This means that you are not stuck to a cable in one spot and can walk around freely, without having to wear a laptop backpack.

VR Kingdom Escape Rooms use the HTC Vive Pro with wireless adaptors which are the latest in VR wireless technology for multiplayer, free roam games. This enables the player to move around freely in the area, which adds to the immersive experience which is what VR is all about!

This is especially important with our VR escape rooms as the games can last for more than an hour, so wearing a backpack for that period of time can get tiring.

FAQ

The year is 1872 in an alternative history of earth.
Huxley 2 is an adventurous journey, in homage to stories by Jules Verne, with many Steampunk elements.
To find a source of infinite energy which will save humanity.
The players must travel far and wide to obtain the pieces of the energy source, solving riddles in mysterious places to uncover these ancient artifacts.
It tends to be on the easy side, but it is variable at one point so fast player groups will encounter an additional puzzle to test their mettle.
The world of HUXLEY 2 is brighter, friendlier, and much more alive.
HUXLEY 2 offers an interactive travel guide who leads the players through the adventure.
We do not have an official recommendation yet.
Work as coordinated team and tackle the challenges with an adventurous spirit but don’t forget to take in the scenery. You could even relax and sniff the flowers. Always listen to Huxley, he has some great advice behind his attitude.

This VR travel adventure is a new experience for the visitors to enjoy. One big feedback we received for HUXLEY was that players would have liked to explore more of the scenery, the timer makes them feel like they’re in a hurry. HUXLEY 2 guides the players through the game without them
being worried by not knowing how much is left to come.

No. The game ends with a cliffhanger that we want people to see so they know the full story.
Motion pictures were discovered around 1878. Being a genius and all that, our professor was a little ahead of the curve of course.