1. Charlie Todd

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    Games are lots of fun and their experience is immersive. Watch out though, as non-players pay up to 50% just to enter. This affects all those parents who just want to take their kids through. Not advertised on their site and a dirty trick.

  2. jainglobal

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    My kids, 9 & 10 years old, thought it was a cool game and would like to repeat the visit. They have wands, toppers for the wands, and gadgets that make the game interesting and fun. We would not give 5 stars, because with the latest technology today, screen projections are blurry, and they could add 3D and other stuff to improve it. Word of caution, I would say, if visiting for the first time, the basic package would provide plenty of quests to look for. Bought the Epic one, and my kids got to half of them only.

  3. Jordan Adams

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    My fiancée and I are 20 and 25 respectively and we loved it.

  4. Nyle Landas

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    Well my boys really thought MagiQuest was fun. So at least they had a good time. That said, let me speak to the parents. Everything us designed to slow you down. Be prepared to wave the wand many many times at the same object to activate it. Then stand in line to complete each Quest.The concepts are really fun but the technology is broken and the staff don’t care at all. Ask for help and they unscrew the wand topper and show you it works on a non-Quest item. The Quest items though destroy any real feel that the wand is magic. It is time for a major Tech. Overhaul. We were actually told just keep doing it until it works. Isn’t THAT magical.If you go in knowing that it is all designed to make you pay more but the kids have fun you’ll likely leave happy. Me, well I was sad because I had high hopes for some magical fun.

  5. Adrianna Shannon

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    MagiQuest is awesome and this is the best in the system.