How does it feel - to gather with your friends and prepare for an adventure, bravely face the dark side, save the world? I bet its awesome! What if we give our kids the gift of those possibilities? We will travel to Sleeplessland - a land of dreams and stories. Soon Sleeplessland will turn into a horrible place! The witch of nightmares locked up the king of sleepless land with magical locks and gave away the keys to her minions. Side by side with the helping elf the kids will build a magical floating castle , explore different corners of the land , play with monsters and save the king! Duration: 1,5 hours. Number of players: 1-12 ppl Age: 5-8
Does your kid love to play as a detective, a spy, or a super-hero? Is he in awe of mystery and secret codes? That’s fantastic! In our S.P.Y. (secret, progidy, youth)Detective Agency we are in desperate need of Young Geniuses! We need all the help that we can get, for there is a terrible criminal on the loose. The culprit steals cakes and presents from children! Everything will be legit - there will be a crime scene, fingerprints, suspects, red herrings, and muddled reports. Of course we’ve come up with plenty of stylized celebratory games and trials! Duration: 1,5-2 hours. Number of players: 1-12 ppl Age: 7-12
Why do all the bravest people head for the islands? And will you join them? Whoever you are, a brave scientist, an insolent pirate or a resolute Indian, you choose a dangerous and an adventurous road. You have decided to go to the ends of the earth to find the Dream Treasure! But first you’ll have to solve the mystery of the ancient Sapoochi language and the fallen stars, work your way through the Jumble Jungle, the Unsteady Bridge, the Range of Bravery, and that’s just the beginning. This is a plot party game, which means team interaction, games and puzzles. Duration: 2-2,5 hours. Number of players: 4-36 ppl Age: 7-14
An ironic fantasy quest that will appeal both to fans of the genre as well as to lovers of unconventional detective stories. We have created a unique world where wizards and magical creatures must answer fateful questions: whether or not to allow love magic? Should there be a vaccination against vampirism? Who killed the Grandmaster, and who will be the successor? Since we are talking about the fate of an entire magical world, you are in for abrupt plot twists, serious struggles, treacherous intrigues and witty humor! Duration: 2,5-3 hours. Number of players: 12-20 ppl Age: 12+
Think Jumanji, if Jumanji was medieval, in the dead of night, and the stakes were even higher. The villains walk among the heroes in secret. If the heroes succeed, they can stop the Clock Witch. If not, they will all be turned to statues, and the Clock Witch will be free to kidnap the next batch of children, and so it'll go, until all the children of the world are turned to stone. The enchanted game was created by a witch in the Middle Ages. She steals the lives of the brave who dare play. Will the evildoers yet again defeat the kids? Or perhaps in this century kids are not all like their predecessors?
Duration: 1.5-2 hours.
Number of players: 6-10 people Age: 9-14
“I had a birthday party for my daughter. We had a total of 20 kids over, ranging from 11-14 years old. Everyone was ecstatic from the game!!! The game leader was fantastic. Two and a half hours flew by in a blink of an eye. Thank you for the efficient organization, for the included game leaders, for the cool themes, and for your attention and approach to our party!”
- Carol -
“We loved the “Black Cat Cabaret” theme. Our emotions were overflowing. The organizers skillfully wrapped up the theme, and every bit of detail was clearly thought through. The effect of “being” in 19th century Paris, and being part of an iconic cabaret still causes me to re-create those magical minutes. I’ll admit that after some time playing the game, I got so into the new reality that I completely forgot in which time period we actually were, where we were, and which personality was actually mine!”
- Margaret -
“A night of vertiginous intrigues, brain-taxing puzzles, bewitching smiles and murdering glances - all in the glisten of the devilish emerald of absinthe, slyly cloaked in moonlight (okay, that might have been the flickering of the green carbonated brew known as Mountain Dew). Oh, that was the night that all of them - French poets, artists, literary critics, philanthropists, Americans in Paris starving for what a hotspur mind and parturient soul can only raven for, trailed by inquisitive officers of the Gendarmerie Royale and shadowed by a Russian Okhrana agent - will not soon forget.”
- Anya Hajiyev about The Black Cat Cabaret -
“What fun. Thank you to organisers for the invite, generosity of spirit and imagination !!! Time flew by and actors still wanted to go on : )))
Hahaha, it was awesome.”
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