“With games from ninja training to sneaking through an enemy minefield, players face a set of multidimensional challenges within the mystifying corners of Labyrinth,” a news release from Labyrinth Reality Games stated. "Equal parts art installation, escape room, and interactive experience, Labyrinth is a massive, engaging venue filled with 42 diverse mini-games created to test your mind, body, and teamwork.”
According to the release, the Labyrinth is played by entering rooms around the park and searching for clues to solve puzzles.
"We wanted to create something that was more team-based than your normal escape room, more interactive than your typical art installation, and able to give you real-time feedback when you make a mistake,” stated Labyrinth co-founder Raleigh Williams, in the release. “From that idea, we came up with the concept for a real-life, video game experience."