How can you be successful in an Escape Room? Is it even possible, well, yes, it is, but there are a few hints and tips that can help you. We’re going to talk about that and hopefully, you’ll have your own little game plan going on so that when you eventually come here, you’ll have a more than fighting chance to win. Read our tips below and we’ll see you soon.
Strong team will all the skills.
You’ll need a strong team behind you, one that’s strong on a lot of different skills. You’ll have logical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills. You’ll also need people who are good at communicating and know how to delegate, and make sure everyone has a turn and their say as you search around the room for those all-important clues.
Search every corner.
You’ll need to be willing to search every single corner, up high and peer below, look under and over. Don’t assume that a quick look around will be sufficient, it won’t. And once you’ve found your clues, make sure you place them all in one corner, so you can return to them at a later time, once you’ve gathered all your clues. If you just leave them anywhere in the room, you’ll find that it’s too easy to lose them, or forget where you’ve placed them, and you don’t want to risk losing them.
Don’t let anyone dominate.
Make sure all the people you bring along are able to get on with each other and that you don’t have one particular person that likes to dominate and take over. This won’t help you to win the game. Bring people who are willing to work together as a team, who enjoy taking part in the game and are not obsessed with a constant need to be in control.
Escape Ipswich – for escapist fun.
If you think you’ve got what it takes now to beat the clock, why not book your room? All the rooms are themed, so all you have to do is choose which one you’d like to try out. Once you’ve booked, and you can do this either online or over the phone, it’s just a case of getting you and a bunch of mates over here. Don’t worry if you don’t manage to get yourself out of the room within the hour, there’s always next time, and we’re always happy to see our customers more than once.