The VR applications specialist Vector VR has opened a new virtual reality center offering more than 25 exciting games in Norwich. The center is located at level two of Castle Quarter shopping center, next to Poundland.
The facility can cater to a broad audience, from avid gamers to people just looking to have some light fun. Visitors can spend their evenings in a virtual reality pod, experience one or more of the 26 arcade-style games, or try a taster experience.
You can cook everything from sushi to burgers while playing the Clash of the Chefs, participate in a boxing challenge at Creed: Rise to Glory, or try the classic Angry Birds – Isle of Pigs. Moreover, most of these games are wheelchair-friendly. Each player gets an individual pod. Some games feature solo player modes, while some are designed for a group of up to four.
Luke Tweedie from Vector VR said, “This is the first center, and we are hoping we can expand across the country as lots of places don’t have any VR yet. So far, we have been super busy, and lots of people are noticing us.”
The center is functional from until late, seven days a week.
Rob Bradley, Centre Manager at Castle Quarter, said, “We are excited that Vector VR have chosen to open at Castle Quarter because it adds yet another strin
middayg to our bow in terms of leisure and entertainment.”
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