This was definitely a major highlight of our trip! It was very well thought out and not cheesy at all. The dim lighting was great as it set up the fantasy theme, and the decor and enviorment were amazing! It was like you were actually on a real adventure. We could have spent the entire time [an hour and a half] just looking at stuff. Plus you get a discount at the nearby Gnome Depot [you can't miss it because that's where you come up at after completing your quest] depending on how many wizards you free.
Below I've listed some very important things you should know before going on Wizard Quest:
* Always go with the quest where you have to get your own glimmers instead of the Apprentice mode, where you already have the glimmers and just have to find the wizard's portraits. Finding the clues to get glimmers is a MAJOR point in the game and you will be totally bored if you just have to find the wizards.
*The Air realm is the easiest area to find clues. It's the realm you start out in after you enter your quest.
*If you aren't very flexible and are worried about having to crawl through tunnels, you should know that there are alternate ways to do almost everything and you probably can find another way to get around an obstacle. [But there are some smaller tunnels that have clues hidden in them, so if you want as many glimmers as possible, you should have someone with you who can crawl through tunnels if needed.
*There is no things that jump out at you or things that I think would be scary to children.
* There is an area in the Earth Realm that is a maze made out of mirrors. If you go there, be careful and walk with your arms outstretched so you don't walk into a mirror.
*In the Water Realm, there is this one thing that sometimes squirts you with water if you step on it. I believe they have a sign near it warning you of this.
*You use your scanner "wand" a lot, so make sure you don't lose it or get it all crumpled up. Also, there are scanners hidden around that give or take away time or glimmers.
*The exit is up the stairway in Dragon Junction.
*You can continue to look around after your time is gone, but I don't think you can add glimmers to your score or free wizards after that.
Wizard Quest was a great family attraction and needed a lot of teamwork!
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