avatar stalker phase one

You start at the basement of the pawn shop. Avatar's half-human half-duck best friend Utya Duck is the traveler across realities. Unfortunately, he got stuck in an alternate reality due to the malfunction of his plane. He just cannot get home without repairing it. To reach his reality safely, Utya Duck needs to fix the aircraft by collecting artifacts from a pawn shop of Chickman, who does not like anyone around his property. Utya Duck cannot do this by himself because he has a deeply-rooted panic fear of chickens, so he calls his friend Avatar to the rescue. Avatar has to collect artifacts for the plane from a danger-filled pawn shop and save his friend.

*All games are private, only your team is allowed into the game, NO STRANGERS.
25 €
per player
1—15
players
320 m2
up to 90
minutes
Arthouse
Comedy
Family
Friendly
This version of the game allows up to 15 players. It is perfect for friendly gatherings and virtual team building for small teams. The games take place in real-time on Zoom. Our technical team makes sure that the game goes smoothly for you. You are the voice in the head of our main character, Avatar, and you get to control his every action, from game-relevant movements to dancing, jumping, or playing around. Your goal is to collect the max amount of game coins without losing all three lives of your character.
Have fun!
Reviews
Don't experience this game right before going to sleep, as you might wake up the next morning thinking it was all a fantastical, surrealist dream. Project Avatar is an absolute must-play...read more
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MATTHEW STEIN
My usual focus is on all things escape rooms, and I am very doubtful that I can label "Project AVATAR" an escape game at all because it's truly its own breed of chimeric animal l. If I had to describe it, it's a cross between video games, immersive experience, and a dash of escape room puzzling thrown in. And oh, it's all happening in real, in real life...read more
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ESCAPE MATTSTER
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Project Avatar" was such a unique experience that I'm actually out of words on how to describe it. It felt like a video game came to life. The game started out with a video introduction of the backstory . It then gave detailed instructions on how we could control our avatar. The innovative idea of finding energy source for the avatar to charge up, supercharge him to complete varies tasks and healing him when he got injured made the game felt very real...read more
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