Escape rooms are an interactive form of entertainment that originated in Japan. They are designed for teams of up to six players who are "locked in" a room and tasked with solving a problem within a specific theme. The objective is to work together as a team to solve puzzles, crack codes, and decipher riddles within a set time limit, typically 60 minutes.
The immersive experience of an escape room challenges participants to think critically, communicate effectively, and collaborate under pressure. Each room is intricately designed to provide a unique environment and storyline, offering players an engaging and immersive adventure.
Originally inspired by video games and puzzle-solving experiences, escape rooms have gained popularity worldwide due to their interactive nature and ability to foster teamwork and problem-solving skills. They offer a thrilling and challenging experience for participants of all ages and backgrounds.