A quest in reality is a game which does not require any special skills or knowledge. A team from 2 to 6 persons is required for participation. The game is limited in time, lasting for 60 minutes. The administrator always checks the game process, having the right to stop the game at any time if he or she considers that the players behaved inappropriately. However, nothing like that will happen if you try to observe a few simple rules.

Play sober.

Players under alcoholic or drug intoxication are not allowed to participate in the game.
Do not use brute physical force.
Our quests do not require use of brute force. If you cannot enter any place at a certain time, you should direct your efforts to thinking why the place in inaccessible and how to get there.

Ask for hints.

A quest is a fairly complex puzzle. If you get stuck at some stage, feel free to ask for help. The administrator is monitoring your game, can hear you perfectly, and will always be ready to correct the course of your thoughts.

Arrive on time.

If you hate being kept waiting – do not be late yourself. Our quest games are booked in advance. Another team will play right after yours. Therefore, if you are more than 10 minutes late, we will be forced to refuse to conduct your game.

Leave your personal belongings behind.

You must leave any things that can hinder your full immersion in the game (telephones, photo cameras, lighters, lights, knives, pistols…) outside the quest. The administrator will show you where you can put your things so that they can be completely safe.

Children below the age of 14 can play only if accompanied by adults!