ROOM1: THE STARSHIP
RATES: $35+taxes per crew member (60 minute game play)
Recommended for crews of 4 to 6 (Max 8)
ROOM2: THE SPACE STATION
ESCAPE FROM SPACE STATION X
Our new room is designed in the traditional escape room fashion with lots of buttons, dials, keys, flashing lights and a heap of beeps and bleeps.
You are trapped in a space station that is set to self destruct. Your move…!
RATES: $35+taxes per crew member (50 minute game play)
Recommended for crews of 2 to 6 (max 8)
Escape from the Space Station and then Escape to Proxima Command
Make it a DOUBLE FEATURE extravaganza and play 2 ROOMS back to back for less!
Your crew is trapped in a space station that is about to self-destruct. You must solve the control room systems and get to your ship, the SS Odysseus, which is docked in the hanger deck nearby.
Once boarding the ship you realize that you no longer know how it operates. You now must work together to Escape to Proxima Command before being found and destroyed by the enemy.
RATES: Double Feature (2 Rooms) $70+taxes per person (120-minute gameplay)
Recommended for crews of 4 to 6 (max 8)
Great first episode (mostly getting familiar with stations and positions). Can’t wait for tougher challenges to come.
If you want a chance to operate a spaceship with your closest friends, this is the place to come! Way to go Proxima Command! We will be back…
We completed the challenge 2 times (first 33 mins apprx and second 22 mins apprx.) How did you do?”
“We came with a group and LOVED it. We had a total blast trying to figure out how to fly the ship and felt very immersed. We found ourselves very quickly falling into crewmember roles and couldn’t stop laughing at the AI’s jokes about how badly we were flying the ship at the start. It took us about 30 minutes to really sort out how everything worked and then another 15 or so to complete our missions.”
“My friends & I were the very first customers at Proxima Command today and had a great experience. It’s an escape room unlike what you’ve previously experienced. The “room” is a spaceship and you and your team are tasked with piloting it and completing missions. Each player has a station & role on the spaceship and all tasks are completed on tablets at your station. The game is very well designed and set up to that you walk in blind and must figure out how to do each of the tasks needed to complete each mission. We had a great time doing it and completed the mission in 45 mins. Our only constructive feedback to the owners was that we wished it had lasted a little longer. We completed all of the missions just as we were hitting our stride.
Definitely a fun afternoon with friends and worth checking out. They recommend have 7 ppl (the max capacity) but anywhere between 5-7 would work.”
Were here for a birthday. Had so much fun. Had enough time to try out multiple different skills.
The command center these guys have set up is really cool, definitely higher quality than anything you’ll find in a typical escape room. The gameplay has a nice balance of puzzle and action
What is Proxima Command?
Proxima Command is the name of the major starbase of our fictional world. It is set in the not too distant future of the Centauri Quadrant.
What is an Escape Room?
“An escape room is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand” -Wikipedia
What is a Simulator?
‘Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time’-Wikipedia
Can you describe your product?
It’s a fully immersive spaceship simulator (10ft x 14ft) with 27 interactive screens allowing people to play through science fiction episodes.
It has elements of both an escape room and a videogame simulator, but it is greater than the sum of these parts.
What do you mean by an “episode”?
Just like in your favourite movie, tv or comic series, we plan on revealing the world of Proxima Command, its characters, plotlines, locations and technical features as you progress through our series of episodes.
Our debut episode is called “Escape to Proxima Command”.
What makes us unique?
You’re in an immersive starship simulator (over 1.5 tonnes of set and embedded video game technology)
There are over 27 interactive screens for you to operate the spaceship and engage with this unique world.
Play through a series of episodes that may be played independently, but are best enjoyed when played in chronological order
How do we book a time slot?
How many people can play?
The starship is designed for a maximum of 7 crew members, but can be operated with a minimum of 5 very skilled crew members.
What if I have a team of less than 7?
How do I pay?
Is it hard to play?
Episode 0 – (Proxima Escape) is a tutorial designed for beginners to learn how the starship operates while exploring our universe.
Each new episode will progressively become more challenging as new characters, plotlines, locations and technical features are incorporated into the experience.
How many episodes do you guys have?
Episode 0 is available now, 2 more are in development.
Can you accommodate large parties and events?
Yes. Please contact us to arrange. (maximum of 21 suggested)
How long is each game?
It will vary depending on the episode
Episode 0 is designed to accommodate most player groups with a 55 minute experience
How can I make a suggestion?
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
I only want to play with my friends.
Book the entire starship (7 spots in total) with your friends.
I’m sold, how do I get started?
Where can I read more about the universe of Proxima Command?
I am a company that wants to participate with my employees.
We believe this is a great opportunity for a unique team building experience while having fun with your employees.
For an additional fee we can also provide you with a professional facilitator for post game presentation and debriefing (maximum 21 people suggested).
Is your facility wheelchair friendly?
We are making every effort for wheelchair accessibility. Please contact us for arrangements.
253 Christie Street, Toronto, ON M6G3B8
Just a 3 minute bus, or 8 minute walk north from Christie Station!