Project Avatar: Stalker Phase One

By | August 7, 2020

by Project Avatar (website)

1-8 players

£84.00 €100.00

Languages: EN, UA, RU

📹remote avatar
currently unavailable
up to 90 mins
You start at the first floor of the pawn shop. Avatar's half-human half-duck best friend Utya Duck is the traveler across realities. Unfortunately, he got stuck in an alternate reality due to the malfunction of his plane. He just cannot get home without repairing it. To reach his reality safely, Utya Duck needs to fix the aircraft by collecting artifacts from a pawn shop of Chickman, who does not like anyone around his property. Utya Duck cannot do this by himself because he has a deeply-rooted panic fear of chickens, so he calls his friend Avatar to the rescue. Avatar has to collect artifacts for the plane from a danger-filled pawn shop and save his friend.
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Rated between 40 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 10 users
combined with 5 pro reviews

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FreshBresh rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Played: 27 Dec 2021 Team size: 6 Time taken: 60 Outcome: Successful escape!
originalimmersivegreat hosting

Great game! Very unique and entertaining. The hosting was spot on, managing to make us laugh without saying a word.

PuzzleParrot expert rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
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kelley rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5

The best online escape room I have played.  Very fun, laughed alot with great music and video out takes. Great Premise. Not as serious as some, but really fun. 

Charly expert rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Outcome: Successful escape!

SO MUCH FUN! Honestly we were dancing and laughing the whole time - a cross between an escape room and a kids' TV show from the 90s, mixed with a rave. Brilliant, bonkers fun - would recommend this to everyone.

Anonymous rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Anonymous rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
egnor expert rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
(I was part of a play test.) Buckle up, this one is even weirder than the first mission...!
🦡cipherdelic virtuoso rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5

I've got to admit I had some serious WTF? moments in this game, its got some amazingly surreal characters and the premise is just, well, unique! Its got to be played to be believed.... if I told you the plot here you really wouldn't believe me.
The last adventure from Project Avatar was all visual and lots of kick, find, run, repeat. They've kept some elements of the first which made it so "woah!" but added in strategy, puzzles and alot of luck. You can blaze through the game without a scratch, or you can die horribly, its all down to your luck and your choices. This makes is a great team play as you have to decide what to do.. do we open the box? do we go up there? Teambuilders would love this game as you have time pressure and decisions.
Oh, and to top all this off theres a rather wonderful soundtrack which had me singing long at more than one point. All in all its one of those experiences that you really need to do, if only to meet the characters involved.
Loved it! 

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Stalker is not an escape game. I don’t know exactly what term best describes this experience; “live video game”, or perhaps “carnival of craziness”. If you played Project Avatar’s original game and thought that was wacky, well, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
(An important disclaimer: Stalker seems to have gone through a round or two of significant revisions with the planned release date delayed to make changes; the version I played should be representative of the final version, but there was still...
Oh, how I loved Project Avatar, I found it to be a rollercoaster of a video game with a banging soundtrack and a fantastic collision of an escape room and a video game. So when I heard that a new game from the Project Avatar team was available I was most excited to play and we were lucky to playtest the game.

I would suggest going into this game with an open mind. It's unlike any online games or remote escape rooms we've ever done. It literally felt like we were playing a video game but controlling a live avatar instead. Since there were so many different areas to be explored in this game, there's no way you'll be able to see everything and solve every puzzle. Don't feel like you have to be an "A" student in this game. It's designed to be replayable.

Overall, without a doubt one of the best experiences I’ve done in 2020! Worth every penny and I cannot thank Project Avatar enough for such a fun Boxing Day afternoon with my family.

AVATAR STALKER is quite unique in its presentation and intentionally relies on trashy and entertaining elements in a video game look. Like no other remote escape room, Avatar Stalker will be played less for the puzzles and more for the experience. If you've ever wanted to have a crazy escape party, this is the game for you.

Project Avatar Stalker was the gift that kept on giving. With so many layers immersed into each other, it was so easy to get lost within it all. The space is so large that they have labelled zones by giving them a letter. This means there was 26 zones you could experience when playing Stalker. With each room having many things you could interact with and make important decisions, it’s physically impossible to cover it all in one game. Thankfully, you can play this experience more than once and start somewhere completely different to last time to have a new unique adventure. 

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