Bundy Bowl and Leisure is bringing a new type of fun to its complex on Lester Street with the introduction of virtual reality gaming.
Promotions officer Madi Wockner said the virtual reality sessions would open for the first time this weekend, giving participants an “out of this world” experience.
“This is a completely different gaming experience which allows people to feel like they are in a whole other world and dimension,” she said.
“Virtual reality gaming allows you to become your character avatar and explore new and exciting things.”
With 360 degree controllers, cordless headsets, directional audio and feedback, Madi said virtual reality had never felt more lifelike.
“One of the experiences is on top of an elevator where you walk out on a plank and step off,” she said.
“Another game we have is Angry Birds and there's even a great Star Wars game and plenty more.”
Madi said between two and eight people could join in on each session and the fun would all be held in the safety and comfort of a purpose-built room.
“You have a small space to freely walk around in, there are no cables or wires,” she said.
“Our host will be with your for the duration of your booking and will guide you and your friends to experience the amazing new world of virtual reality.
“Everyone gets to wear the VR headset in turns while friends look on at the hilarious antics on the big screen.”
Madi said the introduction to VR technology to Bundy Bowl and Leisure would bring a whole new audience to the complex.
“This type of technology is steadily rising in popularity and giving people even more of an opportunity to have fun in comfort,” she said.
“Due to the type of gaming, their is age restrictions and those 13 years or older will only be allowed to participate.”
The first VR sessions will begin this weekend with booking times of 5pm to 9pm on Saturday and 11am to 2pm on Sunday.
To book in your VR experience contact Bundy Bowl and Leisure on 41524334.
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