Labyrinth Frequently Asked Questions
Communication is key! Everything you need to solve the game is in the room, so be observant and creative. Choose your teammates, choose your adventure, and book your tickets!
When you arrive at Labyrinth, your gamehost will quickly explain the safety rules and strategies for success. Then the game will begin! You will have 60 minutes to complete the adventure.
Most importantly, have fun. Grumpy Gus is not allowed inside the game room under any circumstances.
Unfortunately it is very challenging for us to reschedule at the last minute. We are 100% reservation based and we often sell out. We do not allow cancellations and all reschedules must be done 72 hours before the scheduled game time.
IF BOOKING PUBLIC: NO players under 13. If any under 13, must purchase PRIVATE.
Exception – DAMNED: NO PLAYERS UNDER 17. AT ALL. EVER.
Are you Active Duty Military? Present your ID at check-in and save $5 per military ticket.
Anyone who is excited about playing a puzzle game will love it at Labyrinth! Our oldest player was 96 years and our youngest was 3 months. Plenty of families and generations have already played at Labyrinth.
Most adventures are designed for players aged 10+, though some have age restrictions due to content or difficulty. Please make sure to read the adventure descriptions for details and tips!
You should arrive 10 to 15 minutes early – that’s the best way to do it. We start on time, so if you need to use the restroom and get settled before you play arriving early is best.
Yes, all Labyrinth guests must fill out a safety waiver either online, when scheduling, or in person on your game day. Our safety waiver is nothing more than a friendly agreement between us and you that we’re here to provide you with fun and safe entertainment and that you’ll hold us harmless should something out of the ordinary or out of our control injure you or one of your teammates.
An Escape Room is a game. So it is meant to be fun. You and your team are placed in a room where there is a series of puzzles. Your task is to find clues and solve the puzzles the reach your objective.
All games have a different story and different objective so each one is unique. Clues can be something as obvious as a piece of paper or as subtle as the way a statue is pointing. Working together as a team is paramount to your success.
The rules are very simple.
We are mind over matter at Labyrinth so raw strength is not needed.
No forcing of game elements.
No outside tools.
Be respectful of other players.
You may not play inebriated.
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
Labyrinth puzzles can be a simple as comparing different pictures and unscrambling letters to open a lock, or as challenging as deciphering the instructions to defuse a bomb! Labyrinth puzzles are designed by our team of puzzle architects, and none are ever used twice!Having a variety of puzzle types ensures that each and every player can excel at something!
A good strategy is to focus on solving the types of puzzles that come naturally to you, and trusting your team members to do the same. Use your strengths to your advantage! If your only strength is cartwheels, you may need to invite some smart(er) friends. Or play a circus-themed escape room.
DOES THIS MAKE SENSE?” You will never experience a moment of “well, that makes no sense.” Unless you have a doctorate in a specific field, in which case, please try to have fun anyway. Your friends will like you more if you do.
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