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Escape the Lost Pyramid is a virtual reality escape room created by Blue Byte as Ubisoft Escape Games. First released in July 2018 at eight different locations, it has since expanded to include dozens more.
An expedition led by Sir Beldon Frye disappears somewhere in the Sinai Peninsula. A team of four and a dozen local porters were looking for the Lost Pyramid of Nebka… Or more precisely, "something" that should have been there. They were never seen again. Using the simulation reconstructed from their DNA memory, your team will put themselves in the shoes of the explorers. Find out what happened to the expedition. And more importantly, locate what they were looking for.
In the game, 2 or 4 players team up and have 60 minutes to find a way out of the pyramid of Nebka. Players will live a larger-than-life adventure. An adventure that would be far too dangerous or just impossible to live in real life. Each player dons either an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset, and the entire experience is completed within an hour. Players have their own tile to walk around on that's roughly the side of one's physical walking space, although they also have the ability to teleport with the game's simple one-button control scheme.
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