Fear or Fun: Debunking the Myths of Escape Room Fright.
Tue, 28 Jan, 2020
It's true that films and TV shows inspired by escape rooms are often frightening. The involuntary main characters have to confront a kidnapping villain who forces them to escape from a life-or-death situation.
It makes for great entertainment, but this entertainment is completely unreal!
Escape rooms are entertaining, safe, and led by experienced professionals who keep an eye on you throughout your game. Here we have gathered a series of common misunderstandings to reassure you before your Escape Room experience...
Even the most relaxed individuals can feel claustrophobic when small spaces confine them. But it's important to know that escape rooms are anything but tight. The rooms are so spacious that multiple people can move freely and contain separate spaces inside. They are much larger than you think!
Handcuffs and restraints
We will never handcuff or restrain you before, during, or after your escape room experience. The rooms are designed to test a variety of logical and communicative skills. This is not to test your ability to free yourself from restraints! Once we lock the door, you will have 60 minutes to explore the room as you like!
Although the doors behind you are actually "locked," please always remember that you are free to leave whenever you want. We want you to have a great experience, and your well-being is our top priority. If you ever feel uncomfortable at any time, just inform your assigned Game Master. He will let you out immediately!
Live actors participate in some escape games, which means a group won't be alone in the room. Horror-themed rooms with Live Actors create an incredibly immersive and frightening experience. But rest assured that the live actors will not touch you in any way. You will see and hear them, but they will never touch you!