Escape rooms are
IMMERSIVE ADVENTURE EXPERIENCES
where players are put in a real-life scenario to try and escape the room.
From sound, to decor, to our escape room puzzles – we want to create a complete story for our players.
Different types of puzzles:
Use your problem solving skills in order to solve the puzzle. This can include solving patterns or putting things in a sequential order or direction.
(i.e. deciphering a code, or completing a calculation to get the combination for a lock)
Physically interacting with the room itself by touching, moving, lifting, opening, pushing, pulling, etc. No need to force anything as you shouldn’t cause damage to the room or yourselves.
(i.e. three team members pushing buttons or pulling levers in specific spots of the room to open a secret passage way)
Similar to physical puzzles where you investigate everything but don’t necessarily need to move anything physically.
(i.e. writing down symbols written in different parts of the room that spell out the location of a key for a pad lock)
You can’t escape a Locked Room without TEAMWORK and COLLABORATION. This isn’t a competition, but rather an opportunity to work towards a common goal as a COHESIVE UNIT.
Your team will have to trust and support one another, and the puzzles will bring out each person’s individual differences and strengths.
The better your team COMES TOGETHER and COMMUNICATES, the more successful you will be at ESCAPING!