Groups with Kids
Families - Parties - Teams
If your priority is making sure the younger members of your group have fun we have ther perfect games that will not sacrifice any enjoyment of the adults, especially the young at heart.
NOTE: All kids will require the guidance of an adult to have the most fun.
1. Ghost Zone:
Available at our Orlando Location and coming soon to Ann Arbor, Mi.
This Multi-Room linear game was created for children, first time players, and small groups (4-6 players) looking to have a spooktacularly (Not Scary) fun time. This is the easiest game at Breakout. The theme is about a friendly ghost that needs your help, but only if you are willing to become a ghost when enering the mansion to help her.
2. Ringmaster's Den:
This fun and quirky (Not Scary) circus theme has many puzzles in the non-linear format (like scavenger hunts and carnival style games) that kids can have fun solving while the adults in the room give guidance and solve the more difficult puzzles in the room. The interactive clue system will help guide newer players more as needed without interrupting the immersiveness of the game. Teams will have to divide and conquer to solve the medium to difficult game on time. A post game wrap up is included so that all players see how every puzzle is solved. Recomended 6-12 players in one room or larger parties up to 24 can battle head to head in identical rooms at the same time.
3. Elf Myself:
Available at our Royal Oak / Metro Detroit, Mi Location.
This Multi-Room Linear game is created to test your ability to be a prefessional elf. Though kids are often shorter and have the energy of an elf, they will need the guidance of an adult throughout the game. Along with a fun theme, this game has a well rounded type of puzzles that are of medium difficulty. This is a recomended room for first time players and anyone looking to have a fun winter wonderland experience. Recomended 4-8 players.
4. Chamber of Illusions:
Ideal for older kids who can understand some of the more abstract puzzles, this game offers scavenger hunts and suprises to keep younger kids entertained. This generation 2 game starts your team off in handcuffs in the anti-chamber as you figure out how to free yourselves and enter the magicians chamber. 6-10 players will enjoy working simultaniously on medium to difficult puzzles to free yourselves and the Magician from the chamber.
5. Heart of a Pirate:
This puzzle packed action adventure is a difficult game designed for 2-4 players. This game dials right in on testing your smarts. Younger children who cannot solve the puzzles may become bored as the adults try to focus in on figuring out the brain teasers. Through the entire game we have included a fun collect and solve puzzle to entertain children that are too young to help with the puzzles. The game is linear and will work best with a group that can really communicate well when working together to solve all of the 14 puzzles.
Older kids will have fun being scared in the Roadhouse. Upon request we can eliminate the experince of being scared but the Zombie Roadhouse is inherently a creepy appocolypse game. The Zombie survival game is the most difficult and is designed for 8-14 players (call to add up to 17 players in your game room.) There are scavenger aspects that children can help with. This roadhouse has the most content to be solved and players will need to divide and conquer to survive. There are no real zombies in the room with you and is not a haunted house, however it is a frightful apocalypse and you will start in a eerie dark room.