A new form of themed entertainment,gained worldwide popularity, includes players who willingly fall into the trap of a room. To get out they have to solve a number of puzzles.
What is an "escape room"?
Escape rooms are a complex endeavor. Your task, if you decide to participate, is to find clues that lead you to solve the puzzle, to help you get out of the room.
Most rooms require at least two people in the game. The usual limit is between6 and 8 players, so that there is enough space for everyone to move freely. Each game takes about an hour and is an ideal exercise for building a team and strengthening the connections in it, because everyone has to work together to get out.
Games can be based on a specific style or specific themes
It's best when the escape rooms are theme-based. They can range from space adventures to fun country-style games. You can be anywhere, anytime, and be whoever you want to be, fully immersed in your role, sticking to the sense of getting out of the situation you're in.
To have more fun when you play, do not hesitate to go dressed in a suitable suit to suit your role - who you are in the game. Escape rooms are especially fun when everyone is completely immersed in the game.
No one knows what to expect and that's why they're even more exciting. The more players get involved in the game, the more intense and fun it will be.
The escape room adventure is the perfect way to get out of problems and stress in your personal life and learn something about yourself. The game also reminds you not to take life and yourself too seriously.
How do different players usually react to challenges in escape rooms?
It's hard to say. This is never unambiguous. Some players create panic for themselves and others, but do not do it on purpose.
For example, there are those who watch the clock more than usual, which annoys other players and which, unfortunately, can reduce the time to solve puzzles.
There is another type of nervous player, which is popularly called "polygamists". They talk a lot, explain, analyze, but otherwise they are not very active.
At the other extreme are the participants who do everything - they take on all the tasks and do not allow others to participate, as their aim is to be praised, that they have done everything themselves.
But the commander of the game, taking control of all actions, can cause tension in other players. These are people like "incapable of losing", taking the game too seriously, not being able to enjoy it.
Undoubtedly, there are those who stand aside, without excitement, do not and are not interested in anything. After all, let's not forget that this is just a game and no one can predict how it will react to situations that escape. rooms offer.
Fun for the whole family
Escape rooms are ideal for everyone, but are especially suitable for members of your family over 12 years of age. Both in business teams and in families, the game helps to unite their members. It can help you work together for the good of the whole family.
You will also learn to evaluate various new situations, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of all of you. Since no special skills are involved, everyone has an equal chance to win. Ingenuity is valued. The escape room can be a lot more fun than a board game at home.
Each escape room has its own unique mission. You can choose your own adventure to follow. Maybe you're trying to steal a work of art from a museum, plan an escape from prison, or repair a spaceship on Mars.
Once you enter the escape room, you will immediately be transported to a different world, as the setting is in line with the theme of your mission. You can find yourself in a fantastic art gallery or behind bars, or in the spaceship's control panel, full of high-tech screens and dashboards. These engulfing worlds help you feel as if you are truly living in the history of your mission.
Once you enter the game room, yoursupervisor will help you throughout the game, make sure you are really aware of the idea of the escape room, its rules and answer all your initial questions. You will then watch a video that will fully explain your mission.
After the video ends, the start is given and the timer starts counting down the scheduled 60 minutes. From now on you will be in direct contact with the objects and props in the room, to reveal all the clues to get out of it.
Escape rooms are like a video game in real life
Those who love video games can't imagine a better place than bordering on real life. Here it is full of a single excitement and tension in the direction -solving the puzzle. You never know what will come next.
For anyone who spends too much time at home playing video games, this is a great way to go out and live part of their lives with other people. You may even find that your video game skills help you navigate this reality game better.
Great exercise for your brain
Your brain needs exercise just as much as your body. The game will help you keep your brain young and functioning in a healthy way. This is because these rooms are like giant puzzles. Puzzles that will keep you alert.
You will expand the levels of your creativity and increase your concentration while you are in it. Visiting an escape room can help you improve other types of cognitive functions.
They are extremely interesting and fun
The best thing about them is that they are mega fun. There are so many things that worry us today that it is imperative that we take full time for ourselves. Worries do not solve anything. In the escape room you get the opportunity to actually solve something.
You feel like you have control again in this crazy world. Of course not real, but it will seem that way as you play.