The Labyrinth is a team competition game where you should complete a certain task better or quicker than the other team within the time allocated.
Complete darkness, twisted multilevel corridors and lots of unusual theme rooms are waiting for you in the Labyrinth.
Making the players feel scared is not the aim of the Labyrinth. Yet, sometimes complete darkness can cause involuntary rejection, so we recommend warning all members of your team about what is awaiting.
Player safety is first, therefore, there are no sharp angles in the Labyrinth and all participants wear protective helmets. We will also ask you to take off your shoes before the game and strongly recommend you to wear socks instead of going barefooted.
The game duration including the briefing and the break between rounds is about an hour and a half. You will spend 40–60 minutes in the Labyrinth itself depending on the mode chosen.
We will ask you to leave your bags, gadgets, any spy instruments and devices outside. Besides, we’d rather you take off all your jewelry — both for your safety and its integrity.
Cameras and mikes are installed in most rooms. The operators will quickly help you get out of the Labyrinth in any abnormal situation.
The operators are entitled to deny access to the Labyrinth to players under the influence of alcohol (concentration over 0.25 per mil) and stop the game if the rules are violated. No refunds are provided in these cases.