Uptown Alley launches new virtual reality gaming platform

Lifestyle | 15 Jun |

Enter a virtual world to fight alien mech-spiders, robots and the giant Sumo-Bot – Uptown Alley is unveiling a new virtual reality gaming platform Hologate with four games to choose from, the only venue in Arizona to have this experience. 

This high-energy team-based cooperative game will challenge all your skills. Players can join forces to defend the futuristic base. Uptown Alley’s VR arena is huge allowing the four players to roam and interact with the game freely. Individuals can play for only $5. 

In addition to the new VR game, Uptown Alley has gone to the tropics this summer offering an Island Hopper Pass and special tropical-theme menu with creative dishes including surfboard nachos, aloha sliders and Hawaiian pizza. 

The bowling pass will give bowlers unlimited games of bowling all summer long for $49 from now until August 30. The special gives bowlers an hour of bowling daily and shoe rental.

Uptown Alley is a 60,000 square-foot family entertainment venue in addition to the new VR game, 42 lane bowling alley, arcade with close to 100 games, two-story laser tag, a full-service restaurant, a sports lounge and more.

For more information on Uptown Alley visit the website uptownalleysurprise.com or like them on Facebook at Facebook.com/uptownalleysurprise.

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