Players control the character Avatar played by an actor in a real-world location to solve puzzles and complete their mission
About This Deal
- The experience combines a virtual adventure with real-world imagery as players control the character Avatar who is played by an actor exploring a real-world remote location to solve puzzles, collect hidden artifacts, and complete their mission.
Private virtual escape room: You and your group will make your way through the virtual experience aiming to complete the mission without any outsiders.
- Type of communication: Online via Zoom
- Length of game: 90 minutes
About Project Avatar Online
Project Avatar is an out-of-this-world one-off game that is different from everything you've ever played online.
The game takes place via Zoom. The number of players can be anywhere between 1 and 30. You book the game and receive an invitation to a Zoom meeting a few hours ahead of the scheduled time.
Right after you and your friends join the meeting, you are welcomed by a host who explains the game's rules for 10 minutes. Before the start of the game, you will see an introductory video that explains the plot.
Now the game starts. You and your team of players control the character Avatar, played by an actor on a real-world remote location, with voice commands. Avatar's every movement and action in the game depends solely on your decisions. You have full access to the game location via camera from Avatar's POV.
Project Avatar has all the attributes of an offline escape room, but the goal is not to escape. The game's purpose is to get maximum points while competing for the mission you have been given. You collect points by finding the artifacts and solving the hidden logical puzzles.
The game takes place for up 90 minutes from introduction to finish. After your time in the game is over, your points are calculated. In the end, you get to meet the host once again for a couple of minutes to discuss your experience and learn how you score among other players.