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Covington LA

Try our award winning live escape room games in Covington, Louisiana, just outside of New Orleans! You are visiting the Time Displacement Institute or "TDI", a government agency that was created to monitor and fix any illegal changes to the existing timeline. During your tour, alarms and sirens go off. You are needed to travel back in time to fix the timeline that has been illegally changed. Do you have what it takes?

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How long will the experience last?

Your entire experience will normally take over 1 hour, but it does depend how smart you are! The game itself can last up to 60 minutes, and we will give you a video briefing before your game starts, a full debrief once you've finished and a photo after your game.

What skills do I need to play?

No special skills or knowledge are required to play the games, apart from a decent understanding of English.

May I leave the room in the middle of the game?

It is better for your experience to stay in the game until you escape, although in an emergency you can always leave the game.

What if we need help during the game?

Your group will be assigned a personal Game Master to guide you through your experience. If you are really stuck, you may ask for a hint!

May I book a large group or a private event?

Yes you can! You'll need to contact the venue individually and they will be able to advise on what is best for your group.

Who can play the game?

Anyone can play our games in groups of 2-8 players (our virtual reality missions require groups of 2, 4 or 6). We do require groups with players 16 years of age and under to have an adult accompany them while playing. The game is recommended (not required) for children age 7 and above. Participants under 18 years of age, must have a waiver signed by a parent or a legal guardian at the time of their experience.

Where can I obtain a waiver for minors?

Participants under 18 years of age, must have a waiver signed by a parent or a legal guardian at the time of their experience. In the event the guardian won't be present with the person under 18 years of age, please CLICK HERE to download, print and fill out the waiver to turn in to us prior to the start of the game.

What happens if I arrive late?

The door to the room closes exactly at the time you signed up for. Please arrive 15 – 20 minutes early to make sure you are there before the room is locked. We may be able to get you into the room after your allotted time, but if we can you will have time deducted. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.

Are mobile phones permitted?

Mobile phones are not allowed to be used in the room. The use of electronic devices or any outside tools are strictly prohibited. We provide a safe place in each game room for you to store your phone and belongings while you play!

What is your cancellation policy?

We regret that tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase. We may be able to change your game to an alternative slot or provide credit for a future game. Please call the venue for more details.

Can you tell me more about Virtual Reality games?

- Who can play?

You do not need to be a gamer or a computer expert. Our Virtual Reality experience is intuitive and made for everyone. It is not violent and is focused on cooperation between players.

- I have a fear of height, can I play?

Your feet will always touch the floor but your brain might think otherwise. Our experience can be challenging for people with strong fear of heights! But is also amazingly rewarding when you go through!

- Is it for Team Building?

You cannot escape alone! You have to work together. The key to success is to talk, listen, collaborate, and of course High Five what you are done!

- Will I be sick?

Relax! Only 1% of our players have felt motion sickness. Often, people who tried Virtual Reality for the first time on mobile have had a bad experience and think they are not made for Virtual Reality.. it was just bad Virtual Reality!