I don’t want to play with strangers. Are games private?

All of our games are now private! You'll only be playing with your own party.


What is this?

C-U Adventures is a real life puzzle game for teams of friends, family, and coworkers. Our adventures test your wits, bravery, and teamwork. Your team has one hour to find clues, solve riddles, discover secret passages, and SAVE THE WORLD.


How much does it cost?

Tickets prices are based on the number of players in your party. For groups of 2, tickets are $35 per person; for 3-4, tickets are $30 per person; for 5+, tickets are $25 per person.


Is there an age limit?

While we generally advise that our adventures are not suitable for children under 7, children aged 7-12 often have skills that complement the adults in their group.  A team of tweens without adults would likely find the adventures frustratingly difficult, while older teenagers usually enjoy themselves (though may not save the world). Our adventures are very challenging for college students and adults! We do require an adult to be present for all groups that include children under 14.


How can I sign up?

Visit our booking page, select how many players, which adventure and what time you would like to book, and purchase tickets for your group.


Do you sell gift certificates?

We do! To purchase a gift certificate, click here!


Do you offer group discounts?

Generally, we don’t offer group discounts, but if you have a very large group (25+) and are booking multiple rooms for a corporate or school event, let us know via email or telephone and we can see what we can do.


Sounds spooky! Do you lock people in?

Nope! The common term for the puzzle game industry is “escape room”, but we don’t lock anyone in. Your goal generally isn’t to escape, it is to SAVE THE WORLD.


Do you host special events?

Yes! We are a great option for bachelor or bachelorette parties, engagement parties, birthday parties, and more! If you would like to customize your experience to surprise someone, let us know ahead of time and we can try to work something out.