Hawthorne, NJ – The Other Tales Escape Rooms is launching a new fairy tale escape room game at their Hawthorne, NJ location. Once Upon a Winter is a game inspired by Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales.
Once Upon a Winter is a third escape room game by The Other Tales of Hawthorne, NJ. The new escape room transports up to six players to the land of fairy tales. Players have one hour to unravel the mysteries of the enchanted cottage where Mother Winter lives. Don’t be fooled by the theme, the game is designed for adults and teens. It’s not an easy task to help Mother Winter start the winter season.
The game features unique handcrafted puzzles, interactive environments and an original story. The game is a new take on Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales. Did you ever want to use a magical spinning wheel or a magic looking glass? Now there is your chance.
All escape rooms at The Other Tales are private, making it a perfect family activity or a team building event.
“We believe escape room games have a great power of bringing people closer together. People have to collaborate, if they want to win. They are a great way to spend time with your family, friends or coworkers,” says Alona Umansky, one of the co-founders of The Other Tales.
Once Upon a Winter is a perfect family activity for any season. As in all games by The Other Tales the entrance door to the game is not locked. The goal of the game is not to escape, but to achieve something. In Once Upon a Winter the goal is to help Mother Winter to begin the winter season.
The Other Tales Escape Rooms is a family owned company created by Alona Umansky and Aleksey Linetskiy of Fair Lawn, NJ. For more than 6 years they have been bringing the joy of escape rooms to the families in New Jersey. They love puzzles and games, and in addition to physical escape rooms have printable escape rooms which can be downloaded and played at home.
The Other Tales – Escape Rooms
245 Diamond Bridge Avenue
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