Would You Go Through A Death Simulator?

Just when you think you can’t come up with any new or fresh ideas in the attractions world, along comes this. In Shanghai, there is a new attraction called Xinglai that lets you simulate death and rebirth and lets you ponder life’s questions.

Death Simulator

After sitting in a room and interacting with iPhone apps, a group of people determine who dies first and why. Think of it like a “Survivor” elimination round, except you experience virtual death once you’re voted off.

Death Simulator

As these things go, you are sent into what is some sort of projected furnace to simulate cremation. However, all hope is not lost, as there is life and rebirth on the other side in this attraction!

Death Simulator

Seeing is believing, isn’t it? Behold as you are reborn through a white latex womb and are spit out via a virtual vagina! In the next room, things get serious.

Death SimulatorFinally, the “fun” part! Players now sit around and discuss what they would do in certain life or death situations. What do you think about this kind of attraction? Too heavy? Not immersive enough? Check out the video below for more info.

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