Enter Ukiyo and step into The Crumbling Prince; a Japanese-themed adventure where fantasy meets reality, inspired by the Legend of Zelda games and Studio Ghibli films: Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle and Princess Mononoke. Played by 2 to 4 players, it is an immersive and intriguing adventure that transcends traditional storytelling in cinema and theatre, making YOU the agent of your own narrative.


Awarded #1 for Fun Things To Do in Melbourne

Awarded #1 for Fun Things To Do in Brunswick

We have also been awarded the Certificate of Excellence in 2017 and 2018, for Deep Space.



Of people gave The Crumbling Prince a 5 star review on TripAdvisor.


Of people gave Deep Space a 5 star review on TripAdvisor. 7% gave it a 4 star review.

For Ukiyo, the quality and quantity of the feedback on TripAdvisor has been strongly positive. 97% of reviews have been 5-star, with customers enjoying the immersive storytelling and uniqueness the game has to offer.

Similarly, Deep Space, has received nothing short of positive reviews as well with 92% of reviews being 5-star and above.

On TripAdvisor, we value all the detailed and constructive reviews, as not only do they provide valuable insights from our customers but allow us to develop a closer relationship and a better understanding of their needs.

Our studio is working to consistently improve our games and your customer experience so that you can escape into the story universe and enjoy our world’s adventures to the fullest.


The Crumbling Prince exceeded already high expectations. It all takes place in an incredibly beautiful and tactile set. It is full of clever puzzles, character interaction and a great sense of achievement….and the ending.. WOW!

Loved the interactiveness of this experience! It started the moment you set foot in the door and does not disappoint. It’s definitely not your run of the mill escape room, but instead you’re part of a tantalising mystery…

A mix of puzzles, audio-visuals, incredible scenery, and most significantly, storytelling, Ukiyo delivers a beautiful interactive tale that is unlike anything else.  Ukiyo continues to grow with their new second chapter, which expands upon everything there is to love about the first. New puzzles, unique use of props, a well-structured story and engaging characters make this the closest thing to a real-life video game that there is.
Ryan W