Immerse yourselves in the action at Electric Gamebox, a high-tech, social gaming concept at The Woodlands Mall that redefines what it means to play video games.
While technology is constantly evolving across the spectrum, in few areas is it excelling faster than in video gaming. Long past are the days of 2D graphics on the Nintendos and Segas of the world, now gamers have the chance to explore entire virtual worlds of high-definition, high-octane entertainment.
See for yourself at Electric Gamebox, a social concept opened this past December that takes video gaming to the next level. Here, visitors can plug in inside the venue’s interactive digital rooms, techy spaces roughly a hundred square feet each, that which feature projection mapping, motion tracking, touch screens, and surround sound so as to engulf participants in the gaming experience.
At Electric Gamebox, the games are Covid-safe and suitable for everyone over the age of 5. Prime for couples, families, and friends, the games at Electric Gamebox include the new addition: James Bunny: Casino Tropicale. In this game, participants must infiltrate a casino in order to take down a notorious mafia boss through a variety of puzzles and mini games.
Their gaming repertoire also features Alien Aptitude Test: London ’84 – a game that relies on the teamwork, memory, agility, and coordination of its participants as they bust blocks, collect coins, and elude danger. Additional games include Psychedelic Mansion, Tip Tap Memory Challenge, Rescue The Royals, Temple Of Coins, and more.
Rates are dependent on time – in length as well as whether it fits into peak or off peak pricing – ranging from $5 for 15-minute child sessions to $35 for an hour of adult play during peak time. Visitors can book a session here.
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