Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) September 27, 2016 -- Maze Rooms Los Angeles offers three escape rooms that are perfectly themed for the Halloween season. Maze Rooms Los Angeles has been offering a variety of escape rooms for several years. With Halloween just around the corner, however, they also now have a handful of rooms that have spooky themes. "Unlike many haunted attractions, these escape rooms are suitable for kids, so the whole family can come out to enjoy some Halloween fun," said the owner.
Maze Rooms Los Angeles currently offers more than a dozen escape rooms. Through Halloween, however, Maze Rooms Los Angeles is raising awareness about three in particular that are especially relevant this time of year: Castle, Demon Hunter and Motel. For the Castle escape room, participants act as treasure hunters who have been betrayed by a member of their team. The betrayer came to the forsaken castle of a royal family with the group in search of treasures, but he took the riches for himself and locked everyone else inside. This room is available to everyone, but participants must be at least four feet tall.
There are three Halloween escape rooms total. The other two escape rooms are open to people who aged 16 and over. In the Motel escape room, participants "awaken" in a strange motel room to find a gruesome scene. They have no idea how they got there or who perpetrated the crime, and they must find the key in order to escape. The Demon Hunter room pits participants against pure evil, which makes for an especially spooky time. "We've had several groups try out these rooms specifically because they are great for Halloween, and people have overwhelmingly said that they were more fun than most haunted houses," said the owner.
The premise behind escape rooms, which have skyrocketed in popularity over the last few rooms, is simple. Up to seven people are locked in a themed room, and they must search for clues, solve puzzles and take other steps to find the key and to get out. Escape rooms are interactive games in which people must work together to solve the puzzle. "It's a really fun group activity," said the owner. "We give groups 60 minutes to figure things out. Different rooms have different difficulty levels, so it's easy to find something for just about anyone."
Maze Rooms Los Angeles’ pricing varies depending on the size of the group, and waivers must be signed beforehand. Participants are advised to arrive 15 minutes before starting time. Maze Rooms Los Angeles takes reservations through its website, and they are highly recommended--especially during this time of year. "We've already seen an uptick in interest thanks to our promotional efforts, and we expect these rooms to be booked pretty solidly the closer that we get to Halloween," said the owner. "We are also running a promotional offer right now," he added. To get the offer, customers should visit Maze Room Los Angeles's social media pages and follow the company on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
About Maze Rooms Los Angeles
Maze Rooms is founded Natalie Lapidus and Ruslan Balashov. 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.
Ruslan Balashov, Maze Rooms, http://www.mazerooms.com, +1 310-595-2881, [email protected]
SOURCE Maze Rooms