Cut to the chase, what are you doing about COVID-19?
Jeez, buy a girl a drink first. Here, we’ve got a whole page about that!
Wait, so am I really getting trapped in a room?
No, but seriously, keeping you safe is our #1 priority. You may exit the game during any point in the experience.
Will I be grouped with strangers?
No; once you purchase your tickets, your timeslot is yours and yours alone. If you need to purchase multiple tickets in separate transactions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can we add more players to our booking?
Probably! If your group will still be under the player maximum don’t sweat it, we can settle up in person. Otherwise, give us a call or email us at email@example.com to check in.
Is this appropriate for children?
While children are welcome (we consider the experience “PG” rated), since our games take place in the 1980s, they can be a bit bewildering to those born in the 21st century. Those under 18 years of age must be accompanied with at least one adult into their game.
Are bookings refundable?
No; bookings are non-refundable.
How long does this take?
Our games are 60 minutes, but plan for about 1 hour and 30 minutes from the minute you walk in the door until you walk back out.
Do you accept walk-ins or do I need to purchase tickets ahead of time?
We do not accept walk-ins, all of our booking is done right here on this website! Fancy, right?
Where are you located?
4122 NE Broadway, Portland OR. We are a 4 minute walk from the Hollywood Transit Center, off the red/blue/green MAX line, and about a 30 second walk from the 75 and 77 bus lines. Street parking is available.
How accessible is the space and game?
Lombino’s Casino is on the first floor, through three doorways. The playing space is flat (no steps), although it is carpeted, which can make maneuvering more difficult than a rigid floor. The game itself requires reading some small print, watching screens for short periods of time, and some information conveyed via audio at a volume adjustable by players.
Operation Gryaznayvoda is in the basement, down one flight of stairs, through two doorways. The playing space is carpeted, tiled, and bare concrete, with slight thresholds at each transition. The game itself requires reading some small print, watching screens for short periods of time, and physically manipulating some props in narrow spaces.
Do I need any special prior puzzle solving experience?
Life is full of puzzles. You are already equipped with everything you’ll need.