WHAT IT'S ABOUT
The Escape Game is a new, challenging, but fun escape game, designed for small groups of people.
Quite simply "Imagine Big Brother meets CSI in 19th Century London". This is a live escape game, we lock you in and the team's goal is simple: solve the mysteries to escape .... in time!
- Clue Finding
- Puzzle Challenges
- Cryptic Brainwork
- Includes Lunch
Location: Cape Town
Duration: 2 Hours
Min: 6 Persons
Max: 36 Persons
WHAT TO EXPECT
This is a competitive, fun and unique experience, which is ground breaking as a team building activity. The team must work together and only get 60 minutes to solve a mountain of puzzles and mysteries in a tiny room, that will ultimately lead to escape!
Most of the fun requires brainwork & team thinking in the first place, however there are some smaller physical parts of the game – so it is advised to have at least one member in the team without mobility problems.
In this 60-minute instant activity, team members have the opportunity to work on a mini escape project. During the game they quickly and playfully assign their own roles & responsibilities while indirectly practicing both individual and team thinking. The theme for the day is "effective communication" and packages offer an optional communication coach as part of a fully managed experience.
Groups of more than 36 will rotate.
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