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.
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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!
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After this year nobody has to imagine what it is like to be locked up in a room anymore. But what you can do is to get rid of the bad memories of quarantine and give a new meaning to the word: excitement! Try out an escape room, and you will see what we are talking about!