ValoClimb is an interactive climbing wall that tests your strength, balance, agility and endurance.
The Interactive climbing wall is a new phenomenon which is storming the UK – a mixture of gaming and bouldering.
There are 6 different games you can try, which all have multiple difficulty levels from beginner to more advanced players.
The games compel climbers to keep playing and improving their strength, balance, agility and endurance in the process.
You can take on the games yourself or challenge a friend.
Augmented Problems Game
Augmented Problems is our version of the ’traditional’ indoor climbing. It allows for an unlimited amount of bouldering routes on the same wall.
Climbers can create their own route suitable for their skill level and body type/length. Routes can be saved and shared between others.
This game also includes video feedback, meaning videos of your climb can be shown in life-size on the wall to help improve or compare climbs.
Whack-A-Bat provides thrilling experiences for both new and experienced climbers. This game can be played on your own or with a friend. Players can choose from six different difficulty levels so both competitive climbers and little kids can have fun with the same game.
The goal is to Whack-a-Bat when it appears on the wall, you only have so long to get to them before they fly away and you lose the game.
Sparks is suitable for all skill levels. There are four categories of levels available: Kids, Static, Dynamic and Custom.
Climbers can use any holds they like as long as they don’t touch the electrical barriers. You start the game by pressing the Play button on the wall. The goal is to get to the stop button without touching the electricity. Beware! In the dynamic levels the electricity can move. You can see a preview of the level on the wall before playing. You are also able to create new levels, to test your abilities.
Flash is a single-player speed climbing game. The game has individual levels where players compete to claim the fastest time from start to finish.
The levels are numbered routes starting at way point 1 and finish at way point 2-30. The game starts the timer when the player touches the first way point on the climbing wall. The level is finished when the player touches the final way point. The player is then shown their score matched up to any previous ones and if they were the fastest. This can be played by yourself or in a group.
Climball is a ballgame for two players. There are two game modes available:
Competitive and Co-operative. In Competitive mode, the goal is to get the ball to the opponent’s end of the wall. In Co-operative the players work together to collect points while trying to keep the ball within the play area.
Astromania is a single player game where your goal is to protect the earth from incoming asteroids. The earth is located in the centre of the wall and the play can destroy the asteroids by hitting them with their hand or foot.
Astromania has two different difficulty levels, normal and hard. On hard mode the amount and speed of asteroids is higher than on normal mode.