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SPREE Interactive Mission to Mars

SPREE Interactive, a provider of active free-roam VR experiences, has partnered with ProSiebenSat.1, Pixomondo and Forum Schwanthalerhohe for the global launch of the Mission to Mars educational VR experience.

SPREE Interactive is pleased to announce the global release of a new virtual reality edutainment experience, Mission to Mars. This is in partnership with broadcaster ProSibenSat.1, VFX studio Pixomondo and the Forum Schwanthalerhohe retail mall in Munich, Germany.

Mission to Mars is a 15 minute VR adventure that can be enjoyed by up to 10 players. It features an educational narrative from ProSieben’s popular science TV show, Galileo, as well as game production by Pixomondo. Mission to Mars is only available on the location-based multiplayer free-roam SPREE Arena system.

Mission to Mars

The experience explores the possibility of surviving on Mars, and challenges players to interact and work together in order to solve challenges. Thanks to the SPREE Arena’s cutting-edge technology, players can freely roam the area as they immerse themselves into the adventure, completing tasks, working with team-mates and gathering clues.

SPREE Interactive Mission to Mars

Mission to Mars is ideal for retail centres, museums, FECs and more, due to its high throughput and player capacity. It can also help to attract school trips because of the educational content. Visitors to the Forum Schwanthalerhohe shopping mall will be able to experience the new attraction from 6 – 31 August 2020.

“Adding the SPREE Arena and the Mission to Mars experience to our Summer Holiday offerings is very exciting for us,” says Lars Sammann, centre manager of the Forum Schwanthalerhohe. “We are always looking for fun and unique ways to attract new guests. It’s a great family experience and we are sure our guests will be delighted.”

At the end of last year, SPREE Interactive attended IAAPA Expo 2019 in Orlando, where it revealed Mission to Mars for the first time, alongside a turnkey VR bumper car attraction.

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Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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