Freeing SG, Lifelike 5D Gaming Comes To Singapore

Recently, Freeing SG has been opened up in Singapore. It’s basically a 5D reality game, that makes one feel like one is actually inside a video game, experiencing the video game, and all while solving mysteries.

Players get the experience of a lifetime, racking their brains to escape a “real-life” situation.  Freeing SG is not merely a video game, where you look at a screen. Freeing SG takes the experience of an “escape room” game further, by giving players a physical reality to immerse themselves in, and solve puzzles first hand, by themselves.  Simply put, four to eight players are stuck in a locked place, where their only way out is to search for clues, solve puzzles and uncover secrets within a given time limit. It’s not a one size fits all approach they are taking, and players will get to choose themed environments like horror or others where they have to solve a mysterious crime.

To those thinking that the experience would wear out over time after all the games and themes have been played, have no fear. Freeing SG will also have a dedicated R&D team to constantly update its entertainment offerings. Currently, there are four themes, Silent Blood (about vampires), The Unforseeable Pyramid (about the Tomb of the Pharoah), Mission Incredible, and The Painter’s Murder (you get to be a detective).

You can watch their advertisement here:

I have included the details for pricing and where to play below, for your convenience:

Address: Level 7, Bugis +, 201 Victoria Street, Singapore 188067
Opening Hours: 11am – 1am (last game will be at midnight)
Price: $20 onwards per person

Details can be found at Freeing SG’s site

I shall leave you with this quote by Ms Jo Lim, CEO of Freeing SG. “Freeing SG is like being inside of a movie or a video game – a great way to break out from boring old activities,” and I don’t know about you, but I think this is really, really cool.

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