An Immersive PAW Patrol Gaming Experience is Coming to Oak Brook

Travel to Adventure Bay and play as your favorite pup at Immersive Games.

A new immersive PAW Patrol gaming experience based on the beloved kids’ TV show will be added to the Immersive Gamebox catalog on June 14. 

At Chicagoland’s Immersive Gamebox location in Oak Brook, players will interact with high-tech motion tracking and surround sound (no bulky headsets required!) as they become fully immersed in Adventure Bay. Play as Ryder or a favorite pup — including Chase, Rubble, Skye and more — as you work as a team to navigate training modules from The Lookout in Adventure Bay. 

Unlike many traditional single-player video games, Gamebox experiences are designed to be social and collaborative, with up to 6 players able to participate in game play. The multi-level game requires that playerswork as a team and, just like the TV show, there are engaging educational elements that work themselves into the fun. 

Difficulty levels can be adjusted based on the age and skill level of the players, and the game will end with a Pup Pup Boogie Dance Party that kids (and even older players) can’t help but boogie along to. 

Ready to get your game on? Here’s how to make the most of your day at Immersive Games. 

Quick details about the immersive PAW Patrol gaming experience

  • Opens: June 14
  • Cost: $53.99/90 minutes for players of all ages. $34.99/60 minutes for adults; $29.99/60 minutes for kids 11 and under. $24.99/30 minutes for adults; $19.99/30 minutes for kids 11 and under. 
  • Best for ages: 3-7
  • Capacity: 2-6 players 

Other Immersive Games for kids

The cost to play is based on the amount of time you plan to spend playing games. Once you’ve had your fill of “PAW Patrol,” check out these other titles that are appropriate for kids. 

  • Aliens have taken over, and they’ve decided to “grade” humans to see who’s worth keeping around. Prove your intelligence to the extraterrestrials in “Alien Aptitude Test,” a game that tests memory, agility and coordination. 
  • Players can compete in sports-inspired mini games in “Shaun the Sheep: Championsheeps.” 
  • Who needs the app when you can play life-sized versions of “Angry Birds” with friends? This multiplayer game is so much fun for kids, and features 50 levels of challenging complexity that adults and families can get into, too. 

Things to do with kids in Oak Brook

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