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How did Finding Alice come about?

EA Productions is a dynamic company nestled in the heart of North Wales, renowned for its specialisation in crafting immersive events and experiences. With a rich background in both event management and theatre production, EA Productions has carved a niche for itself in the world of interactive entertainment.

At the core of EA Productions’ success is its unique blend of event management acumen and theatrical creativity. This combination allows the company to design experiences that are not only seamless and organised but also deeply engaging and story-driven. Their events are characterised by meticulous attention to detail, ensuring every participant is fully immersed in the narrative from start to finish.

The driving force behind EA Productions is a passion for creating alternate realities where individuals can explore, discover, and lose themselves in. Their mission is to bring stories to life in such a way that participants feel an integral part of the narrative, experiencing every twist and turn as if they were truly part of another world. This commitment to immersive storytelling sets EA Productions apart in the field of experiential entertainment.

Finding Alice: An Immersive Experience

One of EA Productions’ signature experience, “Finding Alice,” exemplifies their expertise and passion. This immersive game transports players into the enchanting world of Wonderland, where they embark on a quest filled with riddles, codes, and interactive challenges. Guided by characters from the beloved tale, participants explore their surroundings, solve puzzles, and make crucial decisions in their mission to find Alice and save Wonderland.

“Finding Alice” is not just a game; it’s an adventure that combines physical exploration with digital innovation, encouraging players to see familiar places in new ways and interact with the world around them like never before. Through this experience, EA Productions invites adventurers of all ages to step into a meticulously crafted story, proving once again their prowess in creating worlds for people to get lost in.

Ready to play!?

Gather your team, choose a date and time and let’s go find Alice!

Difficulty Rating 4

  • Time: Long, 3-4 hours (can be extended to a full day with lunch break)
  • Distance: Extended, challenging inclines 
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Target Audience: Adults and families with older children
  • Description: This tier offers a longer and more challenging experience, suitable for adults and families with older children. Participants will navigate through challenging terrain and encounter a mixture of puzzles and riddles that require a combination of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Difficulty ratings

Tier 1: “Junior Explorers”

  • Time: Short, max 1 hour
  • Distance: Minimal, suitable for short walks
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Target Audience: Primary aged children
  • Description: This tier offers a quick and easy adventure suitable for young children. The puzzles and riddles are simple and solvable by primary aged children, making it a fun and accessible experience for families with young kids.

 

Tier 2: “Young Adventurers”

  • Time: 1-2 hours
  • Distance: Moderate, with some soft inclines
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Target Audience: Primary and secondary aged children
  • Description: This tier extends the adventure a bit longer with slightly more challenging puzzles and clues. It’s suitable for both primary and secondary aged children, offering a mix of fun and educational challenges in a slightly longer duration.

 

Tier 3: “Explorer’s Quest”

  • Time: Half day, 2-3 hours
  • Distance: Moderate to extended, with some inclines
  • Difficulty: Intermediate
  • Target Audience: Families and groups
  • Description: This tier provides a more immersive experience with increased distance and terrain challenges. Participants can expect a half-day adventure with a variety of puzzles and riddles to solve, suitable for families and groups looking for a longer and more engaging experience.

 

Tier 4: “Trailblazers”

  • Time: Long, 3-4 hours (can be extended to a full day with lunch break)
  • Distance: Extended, challenging inclines 
  • Difficulty: Challenging
  • Target Audience: Adults and families with older children
  • Description: This tier offers a longer and more challenging experience, suitable for adults and families with older children. Participants will navigate through challenging terrain and encounter a mixture of puzzles and riddles that require a combination of critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

 

Tier 5: “Ultimate Expedition”

  • Time: Full day, approximately 5 hours
  • Distance: Long, suitable for experienced walkers
  • Difficulty: Advanced
  • Target Audience: Adults and experienced adventurers
  • Description: This tier presents the ultimate challenge for seasoned adventurers. Participants will embark on a full-day expedition through varying terrain, solving complex puzzles and riddles designed to test their intellect and endurance. Recommended for adults and experienced adventurers seeking a truly immersive and challenging experience.