The Secret Chambers, an immersive escape room adventure in Fort Worth, is the first North American venue to offer the augmented reality dodgeball game HADO, which is popular in Asia.
HADO, along with its escape experience, Mafia Adventure, will be offered at Secret Chambers‘ new, larger location that opened Sunday at 513 Alta Mere Drive.
At 9,464 square feet, the company said it’s the largest such facility in North Texas, more than seven times the size of its original location.
HADO brings dodgeball into the digital age by layering in motion censor, smartphone, and AR tech to the game.
The escape experience includes interactive storytelling with live actors, jokes, activities, hand-built props, authentic antiques, and a slew of surprises. In the adventure, the escapists search for a series of puzzles that will help them unlock doors to other escape rooms.
In the three years since it opened, more than 65,000 people have experienced The Secret Chambers.
The Secret Chambers said what sets it apart from similar venues is that it has a group of award-winning men and women with backgrounds in theater, arts, filmmaking, writing, and game design, who work as a team to create the best experience possible.
The company said that in the three years since it opened, more than 65,000 people have experienced The Secret Chambers.
The experience earned the 2017 and 2018 “Certificate of Excellence” and No. 1 spot on TripAdvisor’s Fun Games category, according to the company.
The Secret Chambers offers experiences for for all ages and abilities including a kid’s Code Camp. Upcoming escape experiences will include the Storybook Adventure, Area 51 Adventure, Edgar Allen Poe Adventure, Jungle Adventure, and Train Heist Adventure.
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