Tips For a Successful Escape Room Experience

 

Work As A Team (especially with friends or co-workers)

Working as a team should be a no-brainer, but there’s a catch when looking at it in the environment of escape room tips. Well configured escape games normally try to pull a fast one on you by scattering parts of the same puzzle throughout the room so working together does not mean everyone concentrating on one part the puzzle.

Communication

Communication is the key to functioning well in escape games. You need to yell out what you find as soon as possible. Also you need to be sure to listen to teammates a crazy idea just may be the solution to the problem.

Fresh Pair Of Eyes

If you’ve been staring at a puzzle for too long and can’t figure out the solution, enlist a fellow team member to help or take over on the puzzle. This helps make sure that puzzles don’t get forgotten, and that there are enough eyes on each unsolved puzzle.

Search The Room Thoroughly

Be extremely thorough when looking through the room use a hands on approach. Sometimes key objects can be in places, like the top of a bookshelf, hidden inside of a book, tucked in a coat pocket
behind the door of a cabinet, in a secret compartment of the floor, wall, or shelf unit, etc…

Listen To Your Game Master

Listen to the intro and rules by your game master – your game master might slip some helpful hints at the beginning that will save you a lot of time. This applies to the hints that they give in-game too, especially if they are live action actors. All of the staff in-game will try to nudge you in the right direction.