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GET TO THE STATION, RESTORE THE LASER, SAVE EARTH ON SPACE STATION TIBERIA?
The largest meteor humanity has ever encountered is en route to Earth. Space Station Tiberia is Earth's foremost Meteor Defense platform, recently crippled, you and your team must restore functionality to the station and its Laser to save Earth. We are all counting on you.
Difficulty Level: 3/5
Age/Rating: Strictly 12+ PG
Number Of People: 2-4
Adventure Time: up to 60 minutes (allow 1hr 15 mins for the whole experience)
Play Method: uses Controllers
Price: $49pp (Mon-Thu) | $59pp (Fri-Sun)
With over 500 ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Google Reviews See what some of our customers have to say
""I have tried physical escape room before. This VR thing brings it up to a whole new level in escape room concept. One hour passed by just like that trying to work together with your team to solve problems and achieve a common goal. Definitely highly approved for Corporate team building. I hope they have more themes/games. Would bring my kids there soon."
"This was an incredibly fun experience for myself and 67 year old dad. Easy to use and innovative tech coupled with an engaging storyline and great graphics. A must do for people who are visiting Melbourne and a why haven't you? If you live in Melbourne. Sam was very nice and accommodating. We will certainly be returning next time we come to Melbourne. Thanks for a great time."
"What an amazing experience!! The staff member was so welcoming and friendly, the instructions were all clear and the escape room was incredible. We can’t wait to go back and try the other rooms. Highly recommended. We have completed normal escape rooms, but this was something else and a must do!"
"Amazing experience. Sam was very friendly and helpful during the entire experience. A must do for any escape room or teamwork oriented enthusiast. All precautions and the utmost care and hygiene practices are being undertaken during this difficult time and at no point did i feel like i was at any risk."