Real Zero Escape: Trust on Trial
Thank you all for your participation!
Divided and doubtful, can your faith in each other overcome this test, this time?
An update to the Real Escape Room based on the Zero Escape video game series is coming THIS OCTOBER to our Los Angeles location in Little Tokyo. We have teamed up with Aksys Games to bring the world of the games to life in our first ever licensed escape room for the US.
Zero Escape is a video game series that cleverly combines the escape room and visual novel genres to create suspense-filled stories filled with twists that you would never expect. The game series centers around nine kidnapped individuals forced to play a deadly game to escape. For more information on the Zero Escape series, please visit http://www.aksysgames.com/
**Minimum of 6 players required for a game. Should time slot not meet the minimum, game subject to cancellation with advanced notification to attendees.**
Fans have asked for it, and we are proud to deliver! Starting October 28th, players can revisit the Real Zero Escape experience with updated puzzles and an additional, optional side story inspired by the newest Zero Escape game, Zero Time Dilemma.
New Players Welcome: The core gameplay and main story for the room have remained the same, meaning that you do NOT need to have played the first version. You also do NOT need any knowledge of the Zero Escape video game series to enjoy this escape room.
Note for Returning Players: The game time is still 60 minutes, and it will be up to you to decide how to spend it! Will you simply try to escape this time using your knowledge of the room mechanics, or will you attempt the extra content to reach a NEW ending?
Note: The updated content will take effect for ALL games running from October 28th onward, regardless of time of purchase.
To celebrate this revival of Real Zero Escape: Trust on Trial, SCRAP and Aksys Games have teamed up to bring you an exclusive gift. While supplies last, each player will receive an 8.5” x 11” transparent sticker showcasing the titular number “9.”
Now you can turn anything you like into the ominous “9th Door” from 999!
(SCRAP does not endorse kidnapping friends, family, or strangers and/or forcing them to play deadly games against their will.)