Designing an escape room experience is an art. We would like to share with you some of our thoughts, ideas, and insights on the very entertaining concept of escape rooms.
A quick reminder: Way back in my first blog post, I introduced myself as Brittney—your friendly neighborhood game master. I said then that being a game master is sort of like being an adventure guide, a mentor like Dumbledore or Yoda on your epic puzzle journey. At...
Naturally, everyone wants to know the difficulty of the game they’re playing. At this point, I’m sure you won’t be surprised to hear me say that there is no simple answer.
It takes a long time to design a completely original escape game, and it takes a load of collaborative work to put those ideas together.
Single room games and multiroom games both have their advantages, and sometimes they lend themselves to different ideas.
As more and more escape rooms crop up around the country, they’re also becoming popular in media in entertainment. So this week, I want to talk about The Big Bang Theory, 8.16 “The Intimacy Acceleration.”
It wasn’t until this year that I discovered that escape rooms were real. Specifically, not until Chris Evans announced his latest Omaze campaign.
There are a lot of different ways that you can be smart. Here are just a few different skills you might use inside of an escape game.
There’s nothing more exciting than running a kids escape room. If screams of excitement can be heard from the lobby, then we know that we’re doing our jobs!
It’s always difficult when things don’t go according to plan. But what do you do when players bypass a lock or skip steps in your escape room? Is anything really cheating when you have 60 minutes on the clock?
“I work in an escape room, now! I’m going to play an online escape game and see how much better I’ve gotten. This should be easy.” …Oh boy, was I wrong…