The Game On Experience

Game On offers fun, cooperative experiences for teams of 2-4 players. Games are designed to be played multiple times as it will take you a few tries to get the hang of a particular game.

Every experience is tailored to your team size.


Game On features many different themed challenges: original twists on classic games such as skee-ball and whack-a-mole and immersive experiences like jail break, secret agent mission, dance party, and story adventures. If a particular game isn't for you, just try a different one.

Teams always get the entire game to themselves and room experiences can be different each time by changing the difficulty levels and team size.

Once you get your Game On, you'll want to return again and again, either to visit a room you haven't yet seen, to share your favorite challenge with a new teammate, attempt a higher difficulty level or try to reach a new stage. Game ON!


The Game On Team

James, Tim and Eric met in first grade at Berkeley's Cragmont Elementary School, played team sports together, and continued as classmates through high school at the College Preparatory School in Oakland.


James holds an Electrical Engineering degree from UC Berkeley and is an expert in team puzzles. In addition to competing in all the local team puzzle events for many years (DASH, Shinteki, etc) his team won the MIT Mystery Hunt in 2015 and then created and ran the event in 2016. His professional experience includes two decades of management experience in software development for John Wiley & Sons, and Wells Fargo Bank.

Eric is an experienced software developer and holds a MA in Educational Psychology from UMN focused on cooperative learning and psychometrics. Eric lectures on fostering collaborative teams and Agile practice. As a technology manager at Charles Schwab, and VP of Engineering at EMI Capitol Records and Wells Fargo, Eric ushered in new technology and leading software developers to create complex systems serving millions of customers. 

Tim has 25 years of experience in the San Francisco Bay Area family entertainment industry as a business owner, operator and consultant. He founded, expanded, and sold Studio Grow, an award-winning educational play center for preschool children and their families with multiple locations in the East Bay. Tim also created City Camp summer day camp, Rain or Shine and Play Star children's play centers, and many other programs for children and adults.

Game On would not be possible without generous financial support from friends and family. Thank you!