Electric Playhouse Concept to Plug into Las Vegas Strip

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Electric Playhouse, an arcade whose sophisticated video games are projected on walls and activated entirely by human motion, will debut at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace this summer.

Games at Electric Playhouse are activated entirely by human movement, which is detected by sensors embedded in the walls and floors. (Image: Electric Playhouse)

“As guests move, the walls, floors and tables react to their actions in a variety of ways, enhanced by 360-degree projection mapping that fully immerses guests in interactive games and dining experiences,” according to a press release.

Electric Playhouse opened its first and only current location in Albuquerque — home to its creator, Brandon Garrett — in 2021. (Coincidentally, AREA15’s Meow Wolf, Vegas’ current leader in mindgamery, was also born in New Mexico.)

The brand’s second location will open to “children of all ages” on June 22 in 10,000 square feet on the Forum Shops’ third floor. That’s less than half the size of the company’s Albuquerque footprint.

The attraction “promises to lure visitors off the couch and into a vibrant world where their bodies become the controllers,” according the release.

Later this year, the attraction will debut upscale dining and a full-scale bar. And, because the venue features an outdoor patio overlooking the Strip, it will also offer viewing packages for the F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix on Nov. 23.

Tickets, $30 per adult, are available at electricplayhouse.com.


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