Greece, 445 B.C. In an age of eloquent philosophers, merciless gods, and death-promising oracles.
Somewhere on the Peloponnese peninsula, in a vast Aegean coastal cave, an old artefact has been hidden. It could be the legendary ship of the Argonauts. We will send you back to Greece using the Animus simulation program and our database of recorded genetic memories. Your mission is the ship if it exists...
Every basic principle in Beyond Medusa’s Gate is the same as in any of our other physical Escape Rooms: You are locked inside somewhere, and you have to escape through curiosity, teamwork and creative-, logical thinking. Everything takes place in VR, though. You and your team members are still able to see each other and communicate, and you have to work together, as if it was a physical Escape Room. This, however, take place inside an ancient cave.
The game is programmed for either 2 or 4 players.
However, we do have room for 6 players, which makes it possible for you to play 3 teams of 2 at once.
If you are more than 6 players, you could either book two rounds or book one of our Escape Rooms at the same time.
Read more about our other options here
Notice that this game is capable of either a team of 2 or 4. If you are more than 4 players, you have to either play 2 rounds or book one of our other Escape Rooms or VR games at the same time. Read more about our other options here
We recommended that you are at least 13 years of age if you wish to try our VR games.
If you wear glasses, we recommended that you switch to contacts when playing our VR games. Some players are able to wear their own glasses underneath the VR-goggle, but it depends on the size of the glasses.
In Beyond Medusa’s Gate you are standing up the entire game.
In Beyond Medusa’s Gate we use Oculus Rift S.
Guests in 2019
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