This study explores the design and delivery of two gamified, virtual laboratories, created to replace or compliment the compulsory third-semester university chemistry laboratories. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, laboratory experiments needed to be adapted to suit both on- and off-campus students. Here, we include detailed guidelines on how to produce and embed interactive videos into a 360° virtual tour, while also reflecting on the student feedback. This resource was used by both student groups, acting as a complete replacement for off campus students and as a complementary resource to those on-campus. All surveyed students agreed that the virtual laboratory was an effective learning aid, with both on- and off-campus students appreciating the slow-pace and theory focus. This delivery method shows promise as a beneficial tool for academics and students when adapting subject delivery in the age of open universities and distance learning.