Gaming enthusiasts in the city can now get a feel of alternative immersive entertainment through advance mechanisms, with fun and excitement guaranteed for adolescents and adults alike.
Freeing India, a part of Laser Gambit, an amusement services provider, announced the launch of ‘Real Escape Game’, here on Wednesday. The ‘Real Escape Game’ requires players to form a team and use their detective skills to solve inventive puzzles, mysteries and escape from a closed room within a set time.
The game, which lasts for 45 minutes, simulates the sensation of real life adventure. Originally introduced in Japan, it garnered the attention of gamers in China, Taiwan and other countries.
The gaming room was inaugurated by Shiva Subramaniam, consultant, Creative Thinking, in the presence of Murali D Barathi, founder and director, Freeing India, Chennai.
Commenting on the launch, Murali said, “We are happy to bring this unique game to India, which provides sparkling experience with a hassle-free method on a par with international standards with lot more fun and excitement.”
“People in India are longing for an alternative entertainment and this game from Freeing India will address their demand by not only providing entertainment, but also by giving a huge sense of accomplishment. I am sure this will create a revolution in the gaming industry in India,” he added.
According to Barathi, the customer-focused mentality is that gaming is restricted to the virtual world, but Freeing India has gone a step ahead by bringing the ‘Real Escape Game’ wherein the customers can physically experience thrill and entertainment involving a lot of thinking process and action.
Based on the response, Freeing India will further expand its presence in the Southern market with diversified adventure games.
The gaming room is located at the Isphani Centre, Nungambakkam and offers four games: 90 Degree Cricket Fantasy, Mirror of Love, Prison Chaos and The Lost Chamber.