Attack on Titan real escape game to tour the U.S.

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If you haven’t been checking out these real escape games, you’re missing out on one of the coolest experiences ever. There are some stinkers, but the great ones are the ones that can get you fully immersed; for example, The Purge: Breakout. The premise is pretty simple – you’re locked in a room or building and have a limited time to figure out puzzles and clues to escape.

Now as a fan of Attack on Titan and real escape games, the SCRAP production company will be doing an Attack on Titan real escape game called Escape from the Walled City. Instead of being locked in a room, you’ll have to escape an actual stadium. It’ll be touring in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City.

After training to become a scout in the Survey Regiment, the day of the Initiation Ceremony for the Trainee Squad has arrived. Suddenly, in the middle of the ceremony, the emergency alarm blared out. Titans are invading the city! Screams, hollers, and clamors…The Walled City was instantly turned into hellish chaos. The gates of the city will be closed in one hour. You have to escape from the Walled City at all costs. Will you be able to solve all the mysteries and escape this despair?

You’ll be joining thousands of other players as you try to decode clues. You’ll be given an hour to escape.

Here are the dates and locations below.

San Francisco
2015 February 1st at AT&T PARK
24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94107
TICKETS: Advance $33 / Door $38 *Tickets on sale now!

Los Angeles
2015 March 21st at Weingart Stadium at ELAC
1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Los Angeles, CA 91754
TICKETS: Advance $30 / Door $35
*Tickets will go on sale on Monday 12/29th at 1pm.

New York City
2015 April
To be announced

A word of caution, I have been to one of SCRAP’s real escape games before (Escape the Haunted Ship), and I was very disappointed. Sure, the puzzles are fun, but the immersion factor is sorely lacking. They were able to host it at the Queen Mary ship, but once you arrived, you can see that it was designed like a dining hall, with tables set up everywhere. Nothing about the production felt like you were trying to escape a Haunted Ship. It felt more like being at a wedding reception.

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