Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta

Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


Are you looking for an escape room alternative that the whole family can enjoy in Atlanta, Georgia?


The world's craziest team game, Beat The Bomb, is now in Atlanta!  My girls and I went to their grand opening party and had a blast, literally!


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta

About Beat The Bomb

Step into a real-life video game at Beat The Bomb, the next generation of immersive group entertainment.  Choose from their 1-hour Missions, where you suit up in hazmat gear, dodge lasers, and crack codes to Beat The Bomb.  There are four rooms hi-tech game rooms that take 10 minutes each to beat.  


Or kick back in their immersive arcade lounge – Game Bay – while grabbing drinks and a bite from The Bomb Bar.   The Bomb Bar has slushies, beer, wine, cocktails, hot dogs, salads, pizzas, nachos, and more. 


Win or lose, you'll have a blast!


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


My girls and I and two other guests did the 1-hour mission.  But, first, we suited up in our hazmat gear and checked into the first room to learn our first mission.


Each game requires at least four people, which is a team effort, so if there are slackers, it is hard to beat each mission.


I thought the games were fun; however, it takes a lot of work!  Whether you beat several levels in each room, you still have to continue playing until your time (10 minutes) runs out to advance to the next room.

Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


With a lot of movement, I started getting hot in my suit.  Honestly, I wonder why the suit is needed for the first three rooms if you're not getting wet.  


I felt when I was in the laser room, the hazmat suit made it harder to not touch the lasers.  But maybe that makes the game more challenging.


The last room is where you get blasted with watered-down paint or foam if you don't complete the mission in time.  And, of course, our time ran out.


Those paint canons, to me, are robust!  The blast was intense but not brutal to the point where the shot hurt like paintball.


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


Here's a tip, make sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes.  Also, when removing the hazmat gear, you may get some paint on your clothes.  However, the good thing is the color washes out.


There are four different experiences you can book:


#1 Mission Experience.  Includes Photos & Videos.

$34.95 per person

1-hour session

minimum 4 | maximum 12


#2 Mission Experience.  Includes 1 Drink, T-shirt, Photos & Videos.

$49.95 per person

1-hour session

minimum 4 | maximum 12


#3 Private Immersive Arcade Lounge.  Includes Unlimited Games.

As low as $10.00 per person

1-hour session

minimum 4 | maximum 12


#4 The VIP Mission Experience Package followed by 30-min of Game Bay.

$59.95 per person

1-hour session

minimum 4 | maximum 12


The minimum age at Beat The Bomb is 8 years old, and they must be accompanied by an adult throughout the whole experience, including the game itself.


After 8pm on Friday and Saturday evenings, no one under the age of 21 is allowed.


Lockers are provided to store your belongings while playing the games.  You can bring your cellphone with you and take as many pictures and videos as you like inside the game rooms.


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


And, to protect your cellphone from the paint/foam blast, a clear plastic fanny pack is provided.


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


You may be wondering, has anyone ever Beat The Bomb?


Only 10 percent of teams have completed the game.  And winners get to score fabulous prizes and discounts.


Step into a Real-Life Video Game at Beat The Bomb Atlanta


Visit the Beat The Bomb website, and plan a family fun day there!  Also, check out other fun places to visit here in Atlanta.


Beat The Bomb

1483 Chattahoochee Ave
NW, Atlanta, GA 30318




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