Escape Room Games are getting more popular every day, and the options of where to have all this fun are expanding as well. If you are lucky, you’ll have a few Escape Room options in your town. And if you do, how correctly will you pick the one that suits you and your friends the best?
Here are some tips on choosing the best Escape Room Games in your town.
Who Is On Your Team?
First, you have to look at how many team members you have, and the requirements of each Escape Room. Then you have to see what challenges are going to fit your team the best. For instance, if you don’t have the healthiest team, you probably want to stick to mental challenges. Remember, all the team members have to be able to enjoy the game. Otherwise, it won’t be as fun as you expect.
Deciding On A Theme
The best part of searching through Escape Rooms is the big list of themes available. There are very few limits as to what you can do because the themes are diverse as they are varied. You can rally a team of bank robbers if you like, or you can play heroes that have to stop a nuclear missile from launching and starting another world war.
Talk to your team members and decide which type of theme you are looking for.
Address Your Issues
This sounds a little bit strange, but some people might not appreciate the small space and the possibly locked door. For people who tend to freak out when they feel trapped, it would be best to go with a theme that doesn’t involve a locked door.
Also, take into consideration possible pulsating lights and whether they can cause a seizure. If you have a team member that is sensitive to excessive lights, find another Escape Room.
You won’t be allowed to save the world for free. That’s right, you have to pay for putting your life on the line, but it doesn’t have to be an arm and a leg.
If you have more than one escape room in your town, call around and find out all the prices. This way you’ll be able to make a comparison and a better choice. However, if pricing becomes the dictating factor, you run the risk of participating in a lesser quality Escape Room.
In some cases, more people are needed to fill the quota of the escape room games. In other words, you might have to play alongside a few strangers if you don’t have enough team members for a full booking. This can either be a good or bad thing, depending on how you feel about it. If the idea doesn’t fit your style, do your best to book all the spots.
Now, it’s just a matter of getting your team together and making a few calls. The world is waiting to be saved, and you are probably dying for some adventure. In addition to this, here are some follow up tips on how you can win your next escape room experience- check out video below: