A visit to the last remaining Cyberdrome Crystal Maze.
On our holiday around the Welsh coast in 2009 we took a break from playing Crazy Golf to visit the Oakwood Indoor Family Entertainment Centre - where we entered The Crystal Maze!
Emily and I (playing as Team Squire) managed to win six of nine games played, and in the Crystal Dome itself we collected 103 Gold and 28 Silver for a total of 75. So we didn't win the the "super-duper" prize, but we were first for the day!
Absolutely awesome, and such great fun. More of these should have been built. It's the closest you'll get to playing the real Crystal Maze.
I'm looking forward to returning again.
Some history on the Crystal Maze game from Wikipedia:
"The Cyberdrome Crystal Maze was an attraction usually found in larger bowling alleys and video arcades in the UK. It allowed fans an opportunity to "play" the Crystal Maze for themselves in a computerised format. There were a few differences from the show itself, e.g. there is no player choice of game category, and there is no locking in (instead, failing to quit a game would immediately cost the team a crystal). Five of the first six locations were in Britain, while the sixth was in Japan. Most of the Cyberdrome Crystal Mazes have since closed, but one is still running near Oakwood Theme Park in Pembrokeshire, Wales"