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We are located at Korai Square no.14 in the center of Heraklion city, very close to the Eleftherias Square bus station and a few steps from Lion's Square.
Recommended for ages over 10 years old.
Some gaming experiences require the player to bend or crawl! You should take this into consideration if you are pregnant or if you have medical conditions that do not allow this type of activity.
The reservations are made through our reservation system but payments are made by cash or POS in our store. We offer discounts on group bookings. If you can not come to our site, you must notify us at least 20 minutes in advance.
  • Monday - Thursday: 9.00 am - 12 pm
  • Friday - Saturday: 9am - 1pm
  • Sunday: 11.00 am - 12 pm
We currently have 8 game locations where, depending on your choice, you can play up to 3 people per seat!
You are given the opportunity to choose from our list the experiences and games according to your taste. When you get to our place and immerse yourself in virtual reality, you have the ability to change game, ask for help and extend your playing time because of the intercom through your handset!
If you have any medical condition that affects the ability to perform physical activities such as heart disease or epilepsy, you should first consult your doctor.
Additionally, due to the frequent use of virtual reality headsets, we have hygienic equipment.
We recommend that our new customers come 15 to 20 minutes in advance to listen to all safety procedures and be trained in using the equipment. Young children should preferably be accompanied by their parents or guardians.
After wearing your headset, you will see a red grid that defines your playground so you can enjoy your experience without bumping into the real world. We recommend wearing sports shoes for a more comfortable browsing experience.
Our trained personnel will lead you smoothly into the world of virtual reality. We have tested all offered virtual reality experiences to minimize the chance of nausea but nevertheless some people may be prone to the use of virtual reality. If you feel sick at any point, remove the headset from your head and call for assistance!
It is preferable to wear your contact lenses to have a better fit on your head.