ABOUT QUEST REALITY GAMES
To minimize the risk of transmitting communicable diseases between Quest Reality Games staff or guests, all employees and guests are expected to adhere to the following.
What you can expect from us:
- Cleaning and disinfection of shared areas and high contact surfaces
- Frequent hand washing and use of hand sanitizer
- Contactless booking system with online payment and waiver
- Spaced out booking times
- Only one group in waiting room at a time
- Separate entrance and exit doors
- We will ask a short health questionnaire of all guests before commencing their game play
What we ask of you:
- The Public Health Officer requires that all guests wear face masks while in our facility.
- Reserve online for a contactless booking process
- Complete our waiver prior to arriving for you game play
- Keep 2 metres between yourself and other customers or Game Masters
- Wash hands before and after game play
- Use the supplied hand sanitizer in the escape room
- Follow directions and instructions of our staff
- Stay away if you are unwell or are experiencing any symptoms associated with a communicable disease
- Be understanding if our staff do not permit you to play if you are unwell
We have modified our operations to maximize physical distancing efforts, including allowing only one group of players into our lobby and waiting room at one time.
We have allocated one set of doors for entry to our building and one set for exiting, to limit individual groups from coming into contact with one another.
We have implemented a regular, frequent cleaning and sanitizing regime, including sanitizing our game rooms between each game play.
We have moved to contactless operations by taking payments online and completion of waivers online.
Our waiver is available online. Guests are asked to complete it in advance, in order to support our physical distancing efforts in our store, and to support our efforts for a contactless experience. If you are unable to complete the waiver in advance online, you can complete it in our store prior to your game play by scanning a QR code with your own device.
To support our contactless experience and support our physical distancing efforts, we are now only accepting payment online, in advance of your game play. We will not be accepting cash at this time.
We are currently accepting MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Visa Debit.
Guests are asked to arrive no more than 15 minutes in advance of your game play.
We encourage guests NOT to bring valuables with them. Cell phones will NOT be permitted in the game rooms. We will continue to provide free lockers. Guest are encouraged to share lockers among their teammates to minimize contact. Use of cell phones in the game room will result in immediate forfeiture of your game play, without refund.
Yes! Walk-ins are welcome at any time during our hours of operation. However, players will have to book and pay on-line or call us at 250-800-1008 and a Game Master can assist you with your booking.
Bookings must be paid in full at time of reservation.
Bookings occurring during our operating hours may be cancelled up to 24 hours from the scheduled start time. Changes made within 24 hours are subject to a minimum charge equal to the minimum number of players for that game (i.e. 2-4 players, depending on the game).
Bookings occurring outside of our operating hours are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Birthday party deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
All of our games are designed with all ages in mind, so children of all ages are welcome.
We require an adult player to supervise any children under the age of 14.
How successful any players are is dependent upon their individual experience and development, and the composition of the players in the group.
Escape Rooms: Rosewood Manor 2-6 players, Secrets of the Great Pyramid 2-8 players, Sorcerer’s Lair 4-10 players and Abduction! 2-8 players. Case-Solving Investigators 2-8 players.
Cluetivity’s Magic Portal 2-6 players per iPad is recommended.
No! Escape games are designed to test all your mental faculties, and are intended to be played sober. We do not allow intoxicated players in any of our themes.
Your booking for any of our games is private.
Yes. For more information about these bookings, please contact email@example.com. All bookings made outside of our regular hours must be arranged at least 3 weeks prior to booking. Bookings outside of our operating hours must be paid in full at time of reservation, payment is non-refundable and non-transferrable.
Escape Game FAQ
No. While some themes may have a bit of a spooky atmosphere, there are no jump scares. Our rooms are designed to be immersive and challenging, but our intention is never to scare you.
All of our themes are designed to have the same level of difficulty, and are meant to be extremely challenging. Each theme consists of different styles of puzzles, in order to challenge all of your mental faculties. Of course, the puzzles among our various themes are all different, and whether players find some puzzles easier or more challenging to solve is unique to each individual. Escape rooms are a learned skill, so the more familiar you are with them, the more likely you are to be successful in escaping.
Whether you’re new to escape rooms, or have done many before there is something in all of our themes for everyone!
No! Smart phones and all recording devices are not permitted in any of our escape rooms.
Case-Solving Investigators FAQ
It’s an investigation game, developed by Quest Reality Games, where you and your team mates are rookie detectives. Your team needs to find out what happened to Melanie Burton?! Investigate the scene – Analyze the evidence – Solve the case!
Case-Solving Investigators involves an “active” investigation scene, parents are strongly cautioned that some material may be inappropriate for children under 13, as it contains a realistic corpse, blood and gore.
No. Case-Solving Investigators is available as a live investigation game, played at Quest Reality Games, and also as an online game. Both versions contain the same material and have the same three scenarios to choose from. If you’ve played a live version and you wish to play an online version be sure to select a different scenario.
This is NOT an escape game, this is an investigation game that challenges your team to solve the mysterious death of Melanie Burton. However, like an escape game, smaller teams will be challenged more to find the clues, process the evidence, and solve the case. The game is private and you have 1.5 hrs to solve the mystery.
Your game play includes an iPad for the group.
Magic Portal and Operation Mindfall is set to be played for 1.5 hours in order to save the world! If you do not succeed within the game time, you will have the option of playing until you complete the game which is typically 1-2 hours long.
Rain capes and an umbrella are provided.
If the help of the Goblin is not enough, our Game Masters are available for help at 250-800-1008.