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How it works

What is an Immersive Game?

Immersive games blend physical and digital worlds to create engaging and interactive experiences. These games are designed to transport players into a narrative-driven adventure, where they can explore, solve puzzles, and interact with characters in a cohesive storyline.

Team Formation

Form your team with a minimum of 2 players. Coordination and team strategy are crucial for navigating the challenges ahead.

Booking Process

To begin your adventure in Finding Alice, the first step is to purchase and book your desired time slot. Here’s how:

  1. Team Captain: The person that is booking becomes the designated Team Captain.
  2. Tickets: Select the number of adult and child tickets you require.
  3. Select Date and Time: Choose the day and time slot when you wish to play.
  4. Buy: Purchase your ticket on this website.

What happens when you buy?

Access Link
One-time access link in an email
When you have bought your ticket, you will receive an automated receipt email. The team Captain will also receive a second email with your team’s unique one-time access link.
Access Link
Plans Change!
Exchangeable Tickets
We understand that sometimes plans can change unexpectedly, and we want to make sure that you’re able to enjoy our event without any worries. That’s why you are able to exchange your tickets for another day or time without additional charge up to 24 hours before the start of your game.
Plans Change!
Game Day
To the start point!
On the day of your experience, head to the designated start point for your time slot. Activate the game using the code sent to your email, and share the QR code with your other fully paid up team members who will scan it and then have access to the digital game, marking the beginning of your adventure.
Game Day
Puzzles and codes
Gameplay Mechanics
Early in the game, characters from Wonderland will outline your mission, setting the stage for a series of riddles, codes, and choices that will guide your journey. Your objective is to solve these challenges to progress through the story.
Puzzles and codes
Secret locations
Exploration and Interaction
The game encourages players to explore their surroundings, uncovering hidden spots and interacting with both in-game characters and physical objects. Trust is a key element, as not every character you meet will lead you in the right direction.
Secret locations
Mission Completion
Can you find Alice?
To complete your mission, you must find the final secret location. Success depends on if your team has found Alice during the course of the mission before saving Wonderland.
Mission Completion
Competitive?
Leadership Board
If your team is successful in finding Alice and saving Wonderland you will be added to the leadership board. Your position on the leadership board will be dictated by the amount of points you have collected during your adventure and the time it took you to complete. Prizes are given to the top team on a monthly basis.
Competitive?

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: 1.30-2.30 hours
Distance: Moderate, with some soft inclines
Difficulty: Moderate
Target Audience: Primary and secondary aged children and their parents or carers
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 and 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.