Deep Space

Deep Space, Brunswick: Hours, Address, Deep Space Reviews: 5/5

10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Monday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Tuesday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Friday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Saturday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Sunday
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
About
Engage in a 70min experiential 'game' played by a team of 2 to 4 players in an immersive and physical space, where you are literally present in the story world - a hybrid of a video game, film narrative and escape room. Boasting Multiple Endings and a fully interactive Artificial Intelligence who adapts and responds according to the players' interactions, Deep Space is truly something out of this world!
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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Natstar26
Melbourne, Australia29 contributions
Absolutely fantastic! Loved it!
Dec. 2020
Brilliant! We did the Deep Space: Divinity game and it was absolutely fantastic! It was just my 12 year old daughter and myself and we both loved it. The AI character takes the overall experience to the next level (it's very, very clever). The game itself flows really well and the challenges are fun and interesting. Our host, Jack was also fantastic - thanks to Jack for looking after us both so well.

We have already booked in to go back and complete The Crumbling Prince game - can't wait.

I can highly recommend Deep Space if you're looking for an escape room experience that goes to the next level.
Written 21 December 2020
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Tiger L
1 contribution
Fun!
Feb. 2020 • Friends
It was definitely very different from deep space 1! Super fun and ai was super cute! Definitely worth going.
Written 19 February 2020
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Tigress
1 contribution
Sooooooo Goooooood
Feb. 2020 • Friends
The main AI in the game is sooooo cuteeeee. The entire experience was exciting, tense and adorable and pure. There’s lots of choices and endings and we got the good one which is rare! But seeing all the endings we could get really compels next to play again. 10/10
Written 19 February 2020
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Taylor B
Melbourne, Australia6 contributions
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Jul. 2019
I joined Deep Space with a couple of friends after having completed The Crumbling Prince, and it was fantastic. A lot different to Ukiyo, but still very immersive.

The AI used is impressive, and the narrative that unfolds is gripping. We didn't survive, unfortunately, and it left me frustrated, but moreso at myself for messing up.

It's a great rollercoaster of an experience. Highly recommended!
Written 4 February 2020
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Myan Retna
North Sydney, Australia1 contribution
Immersive and smart
Jan. 2020 • Family
We did the Deep Space room and had a lot of fun, especially talking to the AI Columbus
The room did get a bit scary at times for the younger kids but overall an enjoyable experience. There was a puzzle that was particularly difficult to accomplish but after multiple tries we got it. The room does require some outside knowledge to solve two puzzles
Written 15 January 2020
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Adam B
Melbourne, Australia27 contributions
Lost in Deep Space
Dec. 2019 • Friends
This was an awesome escape room treat that relied less on puzzles and codes and more on interacting with the ship’s AI! We were woken from hyper sleep to help the AI who had lost his memory and get back on course to be rescued. There were two main areas of the ship, the control room and the engine room. The escape is narrative driven which we preferred. Even better, we managed to salvage the ship, survive, and be rescued and be in the top 10%. We had a fun time and look forward to Deep Space 2, scheduled to open next month.
Written 2 December 2019
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James
1 contribution
Best fun escape room, perfect for two people!
Dec. 2019
Had a great experience doing Deep Space. It was a really fun escape room-type activity. It is definitely different from your regular escape room, being much more interactive which was really cool and unique! Perfect for two people in my opinion. Really enjoyable. Definitely recommend!
Written 1 December 2019
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greenmeme
Perth, UK26 contributions
All about the experience!
Nov. 2019 • Friends
This is probably the 8th escape room I have done across a number of cities/countries and it was really unique.
Interacting with the AI was really interesting and worked fantastically.

Doing a room that has such an immersive story was novel for us and made it a bit different.

Ignore the review below mine from the 17th of November, they sound like people who struggle to drop their egos and just have fun!
The host who lead us through was really nice, he engaged with all our questions and was great with the child we had in the group.
Written 23 November 2019
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Josh
Melbourne, Australia1 contribution
One small step for mankind, one giant leap into mediocrity for Ukiyo
Nov. 2019
As someone that frequents a variety of escape rooms that has to be the worst experience I’ve ever had (a sentiment held by every member of our party of six). I am actually in awe and shock at how bad that was. We did Deep Space and did not find it remotely challenging or engaging in any way. Aside from the fact that it lasted about 35-40 minutes (which in itself was aided by the fact that our female host rushed us from start to end - probably so she could go home as we were the last customers) I found it extremely tacky - and I’m not just talking about the concept. The structures and objects in themselves were lacklustre.

I’ll give you guys a first hand account of how the idea of this escape room was conceived:

“Hey guys, let’s buy 10 sun shades and glue them onto a ceiling so we can call it a spaceship. Then we’ll put a tablet with a poorly designed space app and shonky user interface in the middle of the room. And so that people really get value for money out of it let’s give them some mini flashlights (one of which won’t work) and a RC tank I got on my 12th birthday.. Actually - we still have a couple grand to invest in the room to really enhance the experience. I know what we’ll do, let’s spend all of it on an automatic door and second hand smoke machine that i found on gumtree. My dad said that we can use the LED lights we used to hang around the house when it was Christmas time too! And as a finishing touch so that people feel like they’re really crew members on a spaceship we’ll use a Microsoft Sam-like text to speech based app that my cousin built to give it a personalised and intimate feel. I think we have a game changer here, guys”.

Not sure how the other escape room they have on offer goes but if Deep Space is anything to go by, avoid at all costs!
Written 17 November 2019
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Pale R
2 contributions
Star-escape
Oct. 2019
The eerieness of this room was right on par with getting lost in the story. It was different from other escape rooms, not as stressful but still enough puzzles and prompts to make you want to keep pace. If you want an escape room with a thousand puzzles, it's not for you but if you want to get lost in a world of sci-fi escapism, head on down to Brunswick.
Written 5 October 2019
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