Maze Rooms delivers the best Escape Room game experience—period.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 20, 2016
Maze Rooms Los Angeles is pleased to introduce three new escape rooms that will fire up the problem-solving skills of game enthusiasts throughout the region.
Video games have garnered a tremendous following around the world. The digital games often promote critical thinking skills in players, but they lack the all-important social element that most humans crave. Maze Rooms Los Angeles brings complex games into the real world through its intricately-designed escape rooms. Each of the company's escape rooms present groups with unique, themed scenarios that consist of fantasy explanations of why players are locked in the rooms. A group only achieves victory by working together as a team to solve the puzzles that unlock the escape room doors within the hour of allotted time.
Since mobile phones and tablets are not allowed in the escape rooms during the 60 minutes of play, Maze Rooms' interactive games offer family members the rare opportunity to connect with each other without external distractions. Business leaders also use the escape room games as team-building exercises that help to hone the communication and interpersonal skills of their corporate staff members. Maze Rooms Los Angeles has over 15 different escape rooms in the Greater Los Angeles area. Pirate Bay, Castle and Secret Mission are the most recent rooms in the company's portfolio of offerings, and they range in technical difficulty from medium to hard.
Escape rooms are a form of interactive entertainment that engages the mental faculties of players. Teams that have between two and six participants work together to gain clues and crack codes that lead to freedom from the locked escape rooms. Players rely solely on their combined wits, instincts and the tech-savvy tools that are provided to them by Maze Rooms Los Angeles. Players must escape the Pirate Bay, Castle and Secret Mission rooms within the time limit to declare victory.
Although the Pirate Bay and Castle escape rooms have a difficulty rating of hard, they are not the most difficult challenges offered by Maze Rooms Los Angeles. These two games involve escape from a smuggler's hideout and an abandoned castle. The Secret Mission room has a medium difficulty rating, and its theme relates to the discovery of a Soviet spy’s hidden identity. The rooms' puzzles, challenges and themes are particularly appealing to families with pre-teen and teenage children. These escape room challenges offer fun ways for kids to practice teamwork and develop logic skills that are useful in all aspects of life.
About Maze Rooms Los Angeles
Maze Rooms Los Angeles was founded less than two years ago by Natalie Lapidus and Ruslan Balashov who are recent immigrants from Russia. The husband and wife team brought the novel idea of live, escape room games from their native Russia. The duo strive to keep the members of their new community in Los Angeles at their mental best with periodic releases of fun, new escape rooms that provide unforgettable entertainment for family, friends and coworkers.
Maze Rooms Los Angeles
1182 S. La Brea
Los Angeles, CA 90019