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More bangs and bites at the spruced-up Space Circle

A revamped menu and more action in the game parlour.... Space Circle members and their guests can now get more at their club. For videogamers, Orbit, the VIP Road club’s gaming zone, has added six new titles, like Alien Exterminator, Outrun 4D, ManX SuperBike TT and Fishing Season, with Alien Exterminator and Outrun 4D being the biggest draws.

“Games are a hit among all age groups and Orbit is a very busy and popular zone of the club frequented by members and their kids. We realised while parents played games like pool or air hockey, there was nothing for kids. That gave us the idea of bringing in games which they can enjoy. And what better than video games?”smiled Suman Mukherjee, assistant general manager, Space Circle Clubs and Resorts.

After a game at Orbit, head for Odyssey. The 210-seater restaurant at the club is serving up more than 10 additions. “Keeping in mind suggestions and needs of our club members we try to change the menu at least once a year, generally during the festive season,” added Mukherjee.

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Games

ien Exterminator

This gripping face-off with aliens should be a hit with boys.

Outrun 4D

High on adrenaline, this is a game with a 4D feel, thanks to the bike with “dynamic motion”. Budding Sebastian Vettels are invited!

Fishing Season

This game, which can be played by four players, has an aquarium-like feel with a 54-inch LCD screen. Your opponents? Underwater creatures.

Pramita Ghosh