Quest Room is a highly immersive escape room company that really puts you in the middle of the action. Quest Room is unlike any other escape room company I’ve played. They allow you to be immersed to the point that the standard escape room rules don’t apply and you have to choose to do things that require you to think way outside the box. I highly recommend them.
This is an incredible romp through the world of a dog, as a dog. Perfect for kids and adults. It’s a unique, immersive escape room in which you really play a part in the story. I highly recommend it.
Note: Jeremiah & I played this game when it was new to ESCapades, it is now owned by Level Games.
Alita Experience is unlike anything I’ve done before. It’s a bit interactive theatre meets escape room meets scavenger hunt meets movie promotion. It’s an incredibly well done experience, especially for fans of Alita.
You begin by waiting in the Kansas Bar for your start time. There is a lot of information throughout the area and it’s the time to get to know your teammates and develop a plan of action. Then you are introduced to the world and game rules by an actor that leads you into the main Iron City space. The teams gather and begin the game. Everyone completes the experience around the MotorBall race and find out the final scores. Then you exit through the gift shop and photo op area.
Overall we had a fun time playing the games and challenges. I love the decor and set design, however my favorite thing about the experience was the talented actors. If you have enough people to form your own team, I’d recommend that. You can still have an amazing time playing with strangers as well. We did.
Thank you Alita Experience for having us out to the attraction.
On January 1st I was busy eating healthy food and celebrating #NewYearNewMe when I received an odd message from someone called Bl4ckM4ss. I had been specifically selected to experience a new reality? Respond with my interest? What does that mean?!?!?
Conjuring Spirits may not be the first thing that pops into your mind when those familiar holiday carols begin playing on every radio station, but chances are you’ve crossed paths with at least one version of A Christmas Carol. Actually as Aiden Sinclair explains at the top of Ghosts of Christmas Passed, sharing stories of the dead was a large part of holiday tradition once upon a time. Attending this event at the haunted Queen Mary in Long Beach California is a great way to begin bringing back that tradition.
Sinclair has a masterful way of combining historical facts with compelling storytelling. He both entertains and educates his audiences, while also leading them to ponder important questions about life, death and beyond. This theatrical séance is so personal and beautifully executed that even though I didn’t participate onstage, I felt included and affected by each special moment. The participants were so relatable that I could easily imagine how they felt upon interacting with our conjured spirit through haunted items on stage.
Everything about the performance surpassed my expectations from the haunted items in the lobby, to the performance, to the special drink menu based on actual spirits reported to be aboard the ship. Sinclair’s ability to make everyone feel at ease in a situation that requires several participants was one of the moments that stands out the most to me. I was quite impressed that he explicitly tells the audience that they are not obligated to be onstage and he was very respectful to those that were. As someone that is often around magicians and other stage performers, it was refreshing to see this attitude.
Ghosts of Christmas Passed is not to be missed! It is an incredible intimate theatrical séance that not only will entertain, but could even change the way you think about a few things.
Get your tickets HERE