Think you’re worthy enough to enter into the secret society of The Midnight Games?

Located in the 20,000-square-foot arena of Fall River’s Factory of Terror, The Midnight Games is officially open, but get your tickets while you can because the experience will be over by the end of May.

The Midnight Games is a series of fun and mysterious challenges, a call to those willing to test their abilities with bravery and teamwork. For 90 minutes, thrill-seekers can immerse themselves in a gripping narrative where they play a pivotal role as the Seeker.

What exactly are you seeking when you show up? That’s something you’ll have to figure out.

In The Midnight Games, every small detail tells a story.

Become the Seeker and take take a journey through seven different challenges. These challenges will test your intellectual skill and teamwork to succeed. Perform well enough in these trials to determine if you are good enough to enter into Poe’s Secret Society.


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The Midnight Games is a fun night out for you and the family, but it's also an ideal choice for those who crave adventure.

Make it a date night, go solo, or join me on Friday, April 19, 7 to 9 p.m., as Fun 107 goes live from Fall River to find out if I, too, am worthy enough to be a part of Poe’s Society.

Remember to bring your thinking caps.

Brady Guy contributed to this report. 

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