Given the time limit, it is a rather challenging task to get out of an escape room. That is why we thought of giving you some tips that might help you, especially if you are new to the escape room universe.
This year has been rough, challenging, terrible, productive, devastating… everyone has their own adjective to describe 2020. And 2020 started even worse for escape rooms, and all actors in tourism and hospitality. The pandemic almost overturned the traffic overnight. It was also an event that no one could prepare for. And these two force majeures have thoroughly rearranged the market. The pandemic made many businesses shut their doors but also gave chance to some to survive and come up with new solutions. Before we get into that, let’s see the current trends when it comes to escape rooms, and also what can we expect from the upcoming year.
Having fun remotely is definitely different than in person, accomplishing something over Zoom can be challenging as well. Today we are sharing our tips for a successful online escape room experience with friends, family, or colleagues using our new print-at-home escape game, Print & Cut & Play at home!
In the era of online classes because of the pandemic, we realised that there are alternative ways of teaching and learning, moreover, knowledge can be acquired outside the classroom. The good news is that an escape rooms is one of these places! Let’s see, what are the things you can learn in an escape room?
You may not have thought so, but escape rooms were not just born out of the blue. They also have a fairly serious scientific background to the processes that take place in them. It is actually the flow theory that goes on behind the scenes during an escape game.
As the title suggests, the festive season is right at the corner. Slowly, the first Christmas trees are popping up and we will are all going to be humming All I want for Christmas endlessly, whether we want it or not. Malls might be closed for now, but we could already see massive online advertising targeting early-shoppers who prefer avoiding the crowd and rush around Christmas and buy presents well in advance.
Escape Rooms are themed, team games where you have to complete a mission through logical puzzles - whether it's to kidnap the world's largest diamond or stop the destructive Matrix virus. They are like a live board game. Escape rooms are quite common in England, just like Code to Exit, which offers recreation for everyone who wants to have fun, that is why people also like the concept of a family escape room!
A good mood within a company is essential. Not only the quality of the time spent in the workplace but also the efficiency of the work, it is extremely important to have a good atmosphere within the team.