Hosting a teen birthday party that breaks the norm

Teenagers are, and have always been, a difficult bunch to understand. They can be impulsive, moody, obnoxious, entitled… think of a negative adjective and you can bet a teenager has embodied it at some point. Seeing as they tend to be the most difficult to please demographic, what can you, as a parent, do for a teen birthday party that won’t elicit groans and eye rolls? When they are too old for Chuck E. Cheese and not yet old enough for the neighborhood bar, what is your teen birthday party solution? Paranoia Quest’s escape games, of course! Read more

Inspiring your marketing team with a Buford escape game

More than any other department, your marketing department needs to be working at 100 percent efficiency. If no one is getting the word out about your product or company, you aren’t making any money. Your marketing department tends to be made up creative people, and these people can often and easily get burnt out on coming up with new pitches, ideas and devices for making you and your company the money you need and deserve. So what can you do, as a business owner, to keep these people fresh, engaged and productive? Have you thought about inspiring your marketing team with a Buford escape game? Probably not. Maybe now is the time to consider some team building with an escape game from Paranoia Quest! Read more

Come experience the end at Apocalypse Hour in Buford

Has the day-to-day grind gotten you down? Getting up, going to work, making dinner and going to bed, only to repeat the whole thing the next day turning into a routine you feel like you’ll never escape? It’s time for a “grass is greener” moment; Paranoia Quest’s new escape game, Apocalypse Hour, is ready to show you just how nice you have it as the end of times hovers just over the horizon. Come and experience Apocalypse Hour in Buford and you’ll see that today’s work-a-day world is actually pretty nice. Read more

Use team building to beat the summertime blues

The summer has officially begun and while the kids are off school and playing in the pool, you and your team are still reporting to the office every weekday. You’ve probably caught staff members staring longingly out the window, and you may have even been guilty of that yourself. So as the weather keeps getting nicer and everyone is wishing more and more they were outside instead of in front of a computer, you will need something to keep your team energized. Normal team building exercises are played out and lame, so what can you do to keep morale high while everyone only wants to be outside? The answer is easy: one of the escape games from Paranoia Quest is sure to re-energize your flagging team and give everyone a nice break from the mundane. Read more

College Bonding Through Escape Room Fun

College Awaits, Let’s Have Fun

High school goes by fast doesn’t it? One minute you’re worried about your algebra exam and the next minute you are walking up to shake hands and get your diploma. And then comes college, which is often the toughest time yet. You are forced to move into a new place to live with strangers, to make new friends and do things completely on your own. Breaking the ice can be tough, but one shared group activity has been shown to strengthen bonds and cement lifelong friendships – gathering the crew for an escape game at Paranoia Quest! Read more

Having Trouble Finding Unique Things To Do In Gainesville?

So you’ve found yourself in Gainesville, GA. That’s right, Georgia; and it’s a far cry from the hip and fun Gainesville, FL, that punk/ska band Less Than Jake can’t stop singing about. Bummer. But don’t despair, as there are plenty of fun things to do in the southeast’s lesser of two Gainesvilles, including the intense, scary and extremely fun escape rooms at Paranoia Quest’s Buford location near the Mall of Georgia.

A few ideas …

Lake Lanier: If you live in Georgia, chances are you’ve been to Lake Lanier at least once. Boasting not just the lake itself, but fishing, boating and even a Finding Unique Things To Do In Gainesvilleworld-class water park, Lake Lanier is the go-to for many Georgia families during the summer months (though winter’s holiday light show gets plenty of visitors as well).

Atlanta Botanical Gardens: Yes, the Atlanta Botanical Gardens is located inside city limits, but an offshoot exists in Gainesville as well. If plants and flowers are your thing and driving to the main campus isn’t an option, this location certainly helps with finding unique things to do in Gainesville.

Main Street Gainesville: Gainesville’s downtown sector has been rebranded as Main Street Gainesville in an attempt to match the success of other live/work/play communities in Georgia, like Milton’s Avalon or the city’s Atlantic Station. Restaurants, clubs, shopping and family activities make this a good place to spend your time (and money).

Finding Unique Things To Do In GainesvilleParanoia Quest: Located just around the corner from the Mall of Georgia, Buford’s Paranoia Quest offers four separate escape room games, including the virtual reality-based Pocket Universe and the all-new Witch Hunter. If problem solving action or simply just group bonding is in your future, Paranoia Quest provides a fun and unique way to spend an afternoon.

Call Paranoia Quest today!

You’ve come to terms with being there and finding unique things to do in Gainesville isn’t always easy, but these options can help. Take a dip in the lake, do some shopping or have a one-of-a-kind experience with Paranoia Quest’s escape room games. Give Paranoia Quest a call at 678-288-6555 or book your spot online today.