Demise of the Gricers

Demise of the Gricers

A new 'Red Eye' real-life horror game



A new ‘Red Eye’ experience by Entered that will take place on a high-profile location; a classical and worn train shunting shed! This horror game won’t feature an intimate or personal story, but provide a small glimpse into a macabre world for you to discover. And maybe the title of this new project already provides more info than you think?

As always after launching something, in the first months the game is still being tweaked, but the responses we’re seeing from the players so far are astonishing.

What you can expect is an unforgettable adventure with a game unlike anything else, multiple actors, technical systems, an oppressive, industrial yet beautiful audiovisual atmosphere to sparkle you with and a fictional world that you want to immerse yourself in, all on a fantastic location.

Demise of the Gricers is playable for a maximum of ten players that will be divided into two teams. Every team will experience a different aspect of the storyline. Currently, only one section is open, and thus the maximum capacity is five players. 1

Made possible by the province of Limburg and municipality of As.

Quotes from the first players!

"The most epic setting I have ever Entered in over 1700+ games played."

"It is almost poetic how well they have thought about this."

"The concept is strong, really unique to play, I've never experienced anything like it. I want to go again."

"You guys are way too cheap, this is such a unique adventure. I would pay 500 euros for it."

"I expect a call from the lost and found department. That they have found my sense of reality and time, because I lost it there."

"It was extremely refreshing to play a scary game, with a highly original topic, with an elaborated inventive narrative and which is conveyed during the game in a great way."

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Demise of the Gricers is now available for booking!

With your booking you can select your language. EN for English and NL for Dutch.

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Frequently Asked Questions


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Where is the game located?

Stationstraat 126 in As, Belgium is a good starting point as an indication. Precise directions will be sent by mail as instructions.

Navigating address to park the car is here:

What does it mean to go in bèta?

To create a real-life game, means an extensive design process must be completed with many, many playtests. We’re walking off the beaten path with our gameplay. In the meantime we know the core of the game works, but there are many factors to take into account, that we can’t all think of upfront. Most of these have to do with all the systems we have in play to create cool organic moments most of the time, but sometimes these also create unintended situations. Those unintended situations are the ones we need to iron out. This costs a lot of time.

Bèta means, we aren’t yet on the level with the game like we want to, but the game is feature complete and the core of the game works like a charm. There will still be bugs, actors won’t be on the desired level yet and some things in this complex beast of a creation will still go wrong. To reflect this correctly, the price of the tickets during the bèta project will be reduced.

How long will the bèta phase be?

We’ve made predictions before, and most of the time it resulted in the deadline being pushed to a later date. If you ask us now we think that the bèta phase will be over in two months, but to be on the safe side we’re giving ourselves three months.

The good thing currently is that we’re close to the finish line, and we mostly need to do bug fixing, design finetuning and training of actors.

What will be the ticket price?

Normal ticket price will be €285 for three persons, €316 for four persons and €370 for five persons. In the case of four persons this means €79 per person. Huge changes in circumstances (like inflation) could still influene this for example.

In change we will provide for you an unforgettable adventure with a game unlike anything else, multiple actors, technical systems, an oppressive, industrial yet beautiful audiovisual atmosphere to sparkle you with and a fictional world that you want to immerse yourself in, all on a fantastic location. Calculate three hours minimum for your stay (including talks before and after).

The bèta version will be sold for a reduced ticket price. The reason being that the game is not yet on the desired quality level.

For how many people is the game playable?

The game is playable with a maximum of ten people. These will be divided into two teams of up to five people. You book the game per team. The two teams will each experience a different side of the story.

Currently, however, only one side of our game is open. This part is subtitled ‘Deception of Babak’. That means at the moment we have capacity for one team of max five players.

Will the game be playable for people with crutches or in a wheelchair?

Unfortunately not. The game is not playable with crutches or in a wheelchair.

We definitely explored the option. But the locomotives and trains have steep vertical stairs to enter, and this being such an integral part of the game in which safety is essential, we let it slide.

The game is pretty physical, with crawling, simple climbing and sometimes you have to make agile or swift maneuvers.

We hope to make our next game accessible again for those who have mobility problems, like I Can Hear You and The Nightmare of Eveline Shadow was.

What is the age limit?

Demise of the Gricers is from age 18 years and older. 16+ aged are also allowed provided that an 18+ person is playing the game with them.

Under no circumstances will Demise of the Gricers be allowed for players younger than 16. We are however, developing a version on the location for 10+ years and older.

What languages is the game available in?

The game is available in Dutch and English. However, some parts will always be in English, because of story and cinematic reasons. Subtitles will be provided in Dutch if you want so.

By default, the game will be played in Dutch, so if you want to play the game completely in English please let us know with your booking. Select NL for Dutch or EN for English with your booking.

If you've played one side, can you then later play the other side?

We have two sides. One has the subtitle Deception of Babak, the other one is yet to be revealed. You can definitely play the other side of Demise of the Gricers if you enjoyed the first time. The other side takes place in a different part of the ‘world of the Gricers’ with different story elements and areas.

Did you not enjoy your first time, then the other side is going to do little to change that. Gameplaywise and structurally it’s very similar. Except for one thing, ‘Deception of Babak’ (the one that’s bookable now) is quite a bit more physical and contains more crawling and climbing. Depending on your preference you can book now, or it might be better to wait.

Do I know beforehand with whom I'm playing?

Momentarily you can only book per team. This means you are in control who you’re playing with in your team. Think carefully though! If you want to increase your survival chances, it might be best to bring the most scared person of your friends group who is willing to come. You can then easily sacrifice that person to save your own skin. (This last thing is a joke). (Or maybe not muahaha).

The other team playing at the same time is on their own mission and you have nothing else to do with them. If that booking is not booked by someone you know, these will be strangers.

What if I buy a voucher for four people in the pre-sale, can I add a fifth person later? Or what if I want to come with three people?

Yes you can always add a fifth person, you will need to pay the difference then for that fifth person.

It is also possible to come and play in a team of three, however, you won’t get any money back, as the price for three people in the pre-sale was the same.

How many players do you recommend per team?

Each player number has its own charm. With three players, it is quite challenging. With four or five players, it’s better balanced and it’s easier to explore more. At least… if you dare to split up.

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