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COVID-19 Additional Rules

Everyone must wear a mask at all times! This is mandatory for the kids as well as for the adults. Please don't forget to bring your masks!

If you are not sure your kids will be able to wear the masks during the whole experience, we kindly ask you not to bring them with you right now.

When you arrive please stay outside and give us a call at (856)535-3433 and tell the game master you have arrived. The game master will let you know when you can come up to our waiting room.

Read more about our Covid-19 Safety Measures

Who can play?

Everybody who loves a good story and solving puzzles can play!

The game was designed with adults and teens in mind. Some puzzles can be hard for small children; we recommend the players to be at least 13 years old. When teens are playing at least one person over the age of 16 must be also playing with them.

There are elements of the game that are enjoyable for younger kids if they are part of the group that has older players. 10 to 12 years olds are great at searching for clues and helping with easier puzzles. At least one adult must be playing together with kids under 13.

The game has no scares, and does not involve any physical activity beyond moving around the room.

If you are thinking of a team composed mainly of 10 to 12 year olds, we can set up an easier version of our games. At least one adult has to be playing with them. Give us a call or email for more details.

How many people can play?

The Amazing Adventure Society is up to 10 people. The Anomaly is up to 8 people. The minimum number of players is 2. We can run both games at the same time, for a total of 18 players at a time.

How much does it cost?

The price is $34.95 per person.

All our games are private games! You won't be playing with strangers!

If you already booked, but want to add more people, just give us a call, text or email. As long as it's not more than the room's maximum, you can add more people.

Veteran discount is 10% - use code VETERAN (must show ID before the game)

Do I need to book in advance?

Yes, you have to use our booking system in order to purchase tickets for the game. The tickets should be booked at least 1 hour before the game.

How do I book?

Booking is really simple. Click "Book Now" and follow the instructions! Or you can call us at (973) 963-4142.

How long does the game last?

Each game is 60 minutes long; please plan on arriving 10 minutes before the game. Games start promptly on time.

What if I arrive late?

If you arrive after the start of the game, we will not be able to allow you to play. If available, we can offer you entry to the next available game, or you would have to book for another day/time.

Can I cancel my reservation?

Yes! You can cancel up until 24 hours before your game. However, if something comes up the day of the game, we can give you store credit, or you can reschedule right away.

Can I take a photo or record a video in the room?

To make sure that other players can enjoy the game in the future without any spoilers, we do not allow photo or video recording in the room. However, there will be a photo opportunity after the game.

Will we be locked in the room?

No, "Amazing Adventure Society: The Forgotten Room" and "The Anomaly are not a locked room experiences. You can exit the room and return later - for example, if you need to use a bathroom. However, the clock will continue ticking, and long bathroom break will mean you have less time to solve all the puzzles!

What if we don’t solve all the puzzles in time?

When the time runs out, the game master will announce that, and will offer you an overview and explanation of the puzzles in the game.

Will I play with people I don’t know?

No!

Can a handicapped or wheelchair-bound person play the game?

Unfortunately, our premises are not wheelchair accessible. The game does not involve any strenuous physical activity; however, you have to be able to get to the second floor of the building (there is no elevator), and then to move freely about the room in order to play this game.