Frequently Asked Questions

Ways to maximize your Game On experience

How old do you have to be to play?

Game On is rated PG-13 for physical and mental challenges. Players age 13 and younger must have a parent/guardian present with them in the venue at all times, even while playing games. Kids 14-18 are also encouraged to have an adult on their team, but it's not required. All Players under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian fill out their waiver in order to play.

Do I need to fill out a waiver to play?

Yes, all players will need to fill out a waiver prior to playing a game. You can do this online or at the check-in station once you arrive.
Please note that all players under the age of 18 will need to have a waiver signed by a parent or guardian.

How should I dress to play?

We recommend closed-toe shoes and athletic wear while playing. Ideally, less bulky clothes will make for a more enjoyable experience as things can start to heat up in the rooms. Some people even like to wear gloves and kneepads for the most physically strenuous challenges.

How many people can play?

Game On is all about teamwork. You play in teams of 2-4 players, and the each room has different games depending upon the size of the team. For example, a 2 person team will play a different game in the same room as a 3 person team. So it can be fun to return to a room with a different team of people and have a different experience! But bring as many people as you want - you can divide a large group into smaller teams and still enjoy the shared experience as you compare notes over beers after a couple hours of play.

Are there food and drinks for sale?

YES! Game On has prepackaged snacks, soda, water, and beer available for purchase. Please do not bring outside food, and PLEASE EAT AND DRINK ONLY IN THE DESIGNATED FOOD AREAS. NO FOOD NOR DRINKS ARE ALLOWED IN THE GAME ROOMS.

Can we drink alcohol at Game On?

YES! Game On sells beer for consumtion in the designated beer-drinking area. Please drink responsibly. While we are happy to serve alcohol, Game On can require physically strenuous activity, and you may perform better if you celebrate with a victory beer after you finish playing instead of drinking before the games.

Please do not bring outside food, and PLEASE EAT AND DRINK ONLY IN THE DESIGNATED FOOD AREAS. NO FOOD NOR DRINKS ARE ALLOWED IN THE GAME ROOMS.

Are there lockers to put my belongings?

Of course! They’re free for players to use and are secured with the same chip-enabled wristband that allows you into the game rooms. Usually, one locker per team is sufficient for jackets, cell phones, purses, etc.

Can we bring cell phones into the game rooms?

No. Your phone won't help win any games, it could get lost or damaged, and we prefer that unauthorized photos of the games don't exist. You may use your phone in the lobby and eating areas before and after you play the games.

Is Game On Accessible?

YES! We want everyone have a good time. Most of the games accommodate wheelchairs. Game On staff can help with accessibility guidance about the game play and can help players choose the best experiences for them.

How much does one game cost?

You can’t pay for one game at Game On. You pay for the amount of time you want to play and can play as many game rooms as you want as many times as you want in that amount of time.

How much does a ticket to Game On cost?

We believe Game On is a better value than other live action entertainment such as escape rooms because you can spend much more time (at least 2 hours of game play instead of 60 minutes) and have a much more diverse experience. For current prices, please click here

How many games can we play?

All of them, as many times as you want! Go anywhere, try any game. It’s your choice as long as you follow our rules (respect our property, respect other visitors and staff, and be safe).

Are we locked into the game rooms?

No. Game On is not an escape room. Locking people into rooms is not what we do.

Can I visit Game On and NOT play?

YES! Game On has indoor and outdoor eating areas. Although seating is limited, people who are not playing game rooms are welcome to grab a drink or a snack and hang out.

Can we take a break during our visit?

YES! But please keep in mind you are purchasing a ticket for an amount of time at Game On, and once the "clock" starts, it cannot be paused. In other words, your ability to enter game rooms will end when the amount of time you've purchased runs out. So you may want to hang out in the eating areas and have a snack or a beer after you are done paying games. It's a perfect way to debrief and share Game On stories with friends.

Can we go in and out of the Game On facility during our visit?

YES! But please keep in mind you are purchasing a ticket for an amount of time at Game On, and once the "clock" starts, it cannot be paused. In other words, your ability to enter game rooms will end when the amount of time you've purchased runs out.

Can I drop kids off to play and pick them up at the end of their visit or do I have to stay on site?

Kids 14-18 are allowed in the venue but are encouraged to have an adult in their group due to the difficulty of many challenges. Players 13 years old and younger must have an adult present with them in the venue at all times. All Players under the age of 18 must have a parent or guardian fill out their waiver in order to play.

Does Game On have free WiFi?

YES! Please use your phone only in the lobby and eating areas - phones are not allowed in the game rooms.

Is Game On dangerous?

Safety is a top priority at Game On, and a Game On visit is safer than activities such as bowling, trampoline houses, or outdoor playgrounds. Still, Game On involves real people being physically active: crawling, climbing, jumping, pushing, running. There are risks of bumps, bruises, scratches, or a twisted ankle, among other possible injuries. You need to be very observant as there may be holes in the floor, obstacles to avoid, and falls are possible. It’s possible to draw blood and require stitches, and it’s also possible that something could be broken or a more serious injury may occur, though these type occurances extremely rare.

Is Game On scary?

Fear is not the reaction we are going for. We hope visitors will find Game On exciting, thrilling, magical, thoughtful, fun, creative, amazing, special, original, and layered. We don't intend any of the game rooms to be scary. That said, some rooms require physical activity that may be challenging, and some rooms have dim lighting, which may make some visitors uncomfortable.

What are the rules?

  • Game On is designed to be enjoyed, and it is the visitor's responsibility to behave appropriately and safely

  • Please be respectful of others while you play

  • Game On can be hazardous; play at your own risk.

  • No force is required to succeed - please do not damage the game room materials nor any other part of the facility

  • Please do not enter "staff only" areas 

  • If you need help, please ask a Game On staff person

  • No food nor drinks allowed in game rooms

  • No animals allowed in the facility

  • No phones inside the game rooms

  • Don't play intoxicated

  • Please do not take anything out of the game rooms

  • Please do not tamper with sensors nor security systems

  • Game On reserves the right to refuse service to anyone violating policies