What we're doing

At Doomsday Games our customer and staff safety is our top priority and that's why we have made a few changes to how we operate:

  • Some props and items have been modified in order to allow for  our more stringent cleaning measures. Whilst we've tried our best to keep the high level of immersion we are used to providing, unfortunately we have been forced to make some minor changes which may detract from the immersion of Pathogen,

  • All props and sets are regularly treated with 30 day lipid-envelope disinfectant treatment.

  • All staff and games masters will be provided with full PPE for your briefing, debriefing and post-booking cleaning

  • 70% alcohol hand gel will be available in every area of our facility

  • Staff will be implementing social distancing with respect to customers

What we need you to do

We have established the following rules and required procedures for all customers who attend Doomsday Games:

  • Face coverings must be worn during briefing and debriefing.

  • Customers will not be permitted to take any items into the experience except for a bottle of water if required. All personal items must be left in your vehicle and keys can be left in our storage lockers.

  • Customers will be asked to wait in their vehicle until they receive a text message asking them to travel upstairs into our reception are (this is to avoid any cross-over of customers and to allow our staff time to clean our facility)

  • Customers must wash their hands thoroughly for at least 20 seconds in our hand wash stations before entering and leaving our facility

  • Customers must wash their hands after using the toilet facilities and after coughing or sneezing (customers will be allowed to leave the game in order to wash their hands and return, however extra time will not be provided)

  • Customers should avoid touching their eyes, nose and mouth

  • Customers should avoid all personal contact with other participants whilst in the experience

  • Customers must cover their mouth and nose with a tissue or their arm when they cough or sneeze, and then place the used tissue in the bin immediately and wash their hands