Seattle's social gaming lounge for everyone!
- Four high-end HTC Vive Pro Stations
- Board Games
- Tournaments and Events
- Snacks and More!
We are working on a new model and package options at VR Go! We are excited to roll these out in April!
Special hours in March, advanced reservations required.
Booking hours through March:
*Special hours and party bookings available on request.
Open Booking - Ages 8+
Book in advance to play.
Friday 7-10pm; Saturday 1-6pm; Sunday 1-6pm
Book 1-4 of our stations for use for 20 to 110 minutes.
Ask us for recommended experiences or dive in and play any game we have available.
We'll help you put on the gear and guide you right into a whole new world of virtual reality.
You may share a station with others, but we ask that each person have at least 20 minutes.
$18 / 20 min, $36 / 50 min, $49 / 80 min, $67 / 110 min to reserve one of our three room stations
Only $5 more to book our largest station that mirrors onto a projector - "the cube".
Great for birthdays and Corporate Events
Book the whole space and enjoy two hours of open play on our four stations for up to 12 participants. Bring your own food / beverages (no alcohol). Our staff will help you set up and keep everyone entertained. $324.
We are located in Greenwood at 115 N 85th St STE 206 near 1st Ave NW, directly across from Bartells. We share a location with Works Progress, and there is parking and an entrance in the back.
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A big thank you and congratulations for the players participating in the the first official global Beat Saber Tournament.
We placed 4th in the world!
Beat Saber is a unique VR rhythm game where your goal is to slash the beats (represented by small cubes) as they are coming at you. Every beat indicates which saber you need to use and also the direction you need to match. All the music is composed to perfectly fit the handmade levels. The goal is to make players almost dance while cutting the cubes and avoiding obstacles. Each cut is strongly supported by great sound and visual effects to emphasize the rhythm.
Come see why Beat Saber is one of the top ranked games on Steam, and maybe even get a workout in the process.
Adventure / Story
Arizona Sunshine, Gunheart, I Expect You To Die, Sairento, SUPERHOT, A-Tech Cybernetic, Acan's Call, Covert Syndrome, Nightstar Alliance, Raw Data, The Gallery EP1
Good For Kids
Beat Saber, Cloudlands Minigolf, The Lab, Blocks, Smashbox Arena, Nightstar Alliance, Space Pirate Trainer, The Impossible Travel Agency, Hotel Transylvania Popstick, Rec Room
A-Tech Cybernetic, Arizona Sunshine, Covert Syndrome, Cyberdrifer, Gunheart, Nightstar Alliance, Raw Data, Sairento, Smashbox, Space Pirate Trainer, SUPERHOT
Music & Rythm Games
Beat Saber, Hotel Transylvania Popstick, BoxVR, Electronauts, Fantasynth, Holodance, Audioshield
Multiplayer / Co-Op
Smashbox, Gunheart, Sprint Vector, Archangel Hellfire, Virtual Fighting Championship, Covert Syndrome, Rec Room, Sairento, Raw Data
Google Earth VR, The Lab, Nature Treks VR, Overview: Scale of our universe, The Impossible Travel Agency, Fantasynth
Beat Saber, BoxVR, Holodance, Sprint Vector, GORN, Virtual Fighting Championship, Hotel Transylvania Popstick
Puzzle / Escape Room
I Expect You To Die, Awaken, Downward Spiral
Blocks, Electronauts, Chroma Lab...
Let us Know!
We'd love to offer the best available content. Let us know what experiences you want to try, and we will do our best to make it happen.
What is Virtual Reality?
Virtual reality is the term used to describe a three-dimensional, computer generated environment which can be explored and interacted with by a person. That person becomes part of this virtual world or is immersed within this environment and whilst there, is able to manipulate objects or perform a series of actions. You’re free to look and move around. You will wear a headset and hold controllers, and your every move is tracked by two base stations.
What equipment do you use?
We currently have 4 VR stations featuring the HTC Vive Pro system. The 3 standard stations ave roughly 10’x10’ of walkable space, and the large “cube” is roughly 20’ x 20’ for maximum game mobility. The Vive is connected to a high-end gaming desktop as well as a TV for spectators to view the in-game play.
How long should I plan to spend at VR Go!?
We've found that virtual reality is a social experience. Not only can you interact with each other in multiplayer games, it's fun to watch others play and to take turns trying to beat each other's high scores. Book several stations together with your friends and play with/against each other in-headset, or book one station and swap in and out. We also provide retro video games, board games, and cafe tables where you can hang out and watch others play in virtual reality for as long as you like. A standard session is 20 minutes, but you can always add back-to-back sessions for 50, 80, or 110 minutes!
I'm not really into video games. Will I enjoy virtual reality?
Definitely! What has us hooked with Virtual Reality is that there are endless possibilities, including making art and music, visiting other places, and learning new things. VR Go! Has a few recommended experiences and we are adding more all the time. There are truly games and experiences for users of all interests. Each game and experience are interactive in a different way.
Is this safe? Will I get nauseous or light-headed?
Virtual reality is safe, and many advances have been made in the technology since its introduction to ensure a very low risk of nausea and disorientation. It’s no more harmful to your eyes than looking at your smartphone screen. Although since you can’t see the real world when you’re wearing the Vive, there is a risk that you might bump into stuff that’s close to you if you’re not careful. The headsets warn you of your proximity to walls and other obstacles.
Those who are susceptible to motion sickness may experience motion sickness symptoms during virtual reality equipment use. We use the highest quality graphics cards to offer a premium smooth visual experience, however, if you feel any discomfort during your virtual reality session, we ask that you please inform a staff member immediately or try experiences not likely to cause nausea.
Are there any physical limitations that will hinder my experience?
For the best virtual reality experience, we recommend that users have full mobility of their head and neck and at least one hand. If you need special accommodations, give us a call and we will do our best to cater to your needs. If you have any preexisting medical conditions that affect your ability to perform physical activity, please consult with your physician before use. Many experiences can be modified to accommodate and only require movement of the head, and we have experiences that can be done standing or seated.
Our venue also has grade level access from the back of the building, where there is additional parking. Please contact us if you'd like to discuss any concerns and we will be happy to make accommodations.
I have glasses. Can I experience VR?
Most likely, yes. Each headset is adjustable so that it allows a comfortable and secure fit for all users with or without glasses. Glasses with very large frames may not fit, you can always come in and try.
Are there any age restrictions?
VR Go! is ages 8 and up. Ages 8-17 can play, but we do require a parent on site with all minors under 15 and a signed waiver on file for all players under 18. We also require direct parental supervision of minors between the ages of 8-12. That said, kids 8 and over have a great experience.
What is your cancellation policy?
Please call to reschedule or cancel a booking. You can reschedule your time up to 24 hours out at no charge. Rescheduling within 24 hours of the appointment incurs a 50% charge. If you cancel at the time of your appointment, we unfortunately do not issue refunds.
Can I bring my friends/family/significant other?
Yes! VR is a spectator sport, and you can always watch others play on our TVs, or hang out and play our other retro video game or board games. We also have multiplayer options: if you sign up for more than one station, you can play games together from inside VR.
Can I host my party/field trip/corporate event in virtual reality?
Sure! Check out our booking recommendations page for more details.
How much is it?
Look for our prices for activities here.
How many games can I play during my session?
Most activities are time-based - so you can play as many games as you want to choose within your time frame! Realistically, we find that most people play 1-3 games during a 20 min session. If an activity is limited to specific VR experiences, it will be clear when you choose it.
Do you take walk-ins?
Yes - however, we definitely recommend pre-booking your slots! If you walk in, we cannot guarantee availability.
Do the games ever change?
Absolutely! We will add new ones based on your feedback and our own research into the latest games that have performed strongly in testing phases. Have any great recommendations? Please share them with the staff. If you want to keep up with our new experiences, join our mailing list.
Is the equipment clean?
The headsets, headphones, and controllers are cleaned after every use with baby wipes to reduce the spread of germs and to keep everything clean for everyone to use. We also clean all the gear with alcohol swabs at the end of the day. VR Go! also provides disposable hygiene covers upon request and you may purchase a head scarf or head band or bring your own.
What kinds of games to you have?
Check out our experiences list!
Do we need to sign a consent form?
Yes, all players must sign a waiver. Minors must have parent or guardian sign for them
Do you have parties, and how much does it cost?
Yes, party rentals are welcome. Minimum party rental is 2 hours. Payment must be made when booking the party. A refund will be given if more than 24 hours cancellation notice is given.
Please call for more details 206-701-0262
Can I play games with my friends?
Absolutely! We have many multiplayer games available on each headset. There is only one headset per booth, so you will need a minimum of two booths to play multiplayer games together.
What do I have to wear to play?
Wear something comfortable, you can get pretty active in VR Go! High heels and other footwear that may cause you to lose your balance or trip is not recommended.
How early before my session should I arrive?
At least 10 minutes before, especially if this is your first visit. Arriving ahead of time will assure you receive your entire virtual reality session. We have to check that you signed the waiver and that everyone in your group is familiar with how to use the equipment. Everyone 18 and up will need to sign a waiver. Any minors will need to be filled in on a parent or legal guardian's waiver.
VR Go! is an open and friendly community where everyone is welcome. We provide a space for people to immerse themselves in virtual worlds using high quality equipment and creating opportunities to test and improve new equipment. We are committed to providing curated games and experiences that create the maximum levels of collaboration, social interaction and healthy interaction with virtual worlds and each other.
In addition to providing a great game and experience environment, VR Go! is committed to bringing the benefits of VR to education and art. We seek to empower everyone interested in the future of VR technologies and their potential to improve people’s lives and transform human-computer interaction.
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