Have you ever tried to solve a murder mystery, prevent a nuclear meltdown, or restore the balance of the universe? Ever wonder what it would be like if solving these mysteries got really complicated and required hidden panels in furniture with passwords! I bet that sounds interesting. But don’t worry because our team at Mystery solved this by hacking into computers using secret codes from puzzles.”
In an escape room, anything goes.
Escape room in Philadelphia is home to a growing number of immersive game setups that are proving wildly popular. The first one opened in 2014, and we visited nine over the weekend– every single time it was fully booked!
You arrive at an escape room and the game master greets you with their story. The puzzles are themed around this one-hour time limit, but if you can solve them all before they’re done–you’ll successfully escape! If not? They let everyone out regardless of how many complete mysteries there may have been inside those walls…
Escape room adventures are not only fun but they also help you escape from life’s obstacles. If the hour is getting away, there’s always an exit button or game master that will release your mind so take this opportunity and go on one today!
Escape Entertainment has been a popular activity for groups looking to have fun and work on their teamwork. The founders, Bradley Albright and Jim Grass had something very specific in mind when they founded the company; one that would not only involve players but also help them develop skills needed by larger companies today such as communication or problem-solving techniques.
Escape rooms are found all over town with this type of environment which makes it easy to network while playing!
At Puzzlers from Outer Space, we consulted Broadway set designers and mathematicians; psychologists were also on board. We differentiate ourselves with puzzles that are a little more cerebral than your average Rubik’s cube or Jigsaw puzzle – think logic challenges like The Great thinkers Club for smart people who don’t need an unimaginable amount of time in order to complete them!
Escape Entertainment is the perfect place to experience three incredibly unique and immersive games. If you’re looking for an escape from your day-to-day routine, this might just do it!
You can find a Prohibition game that’ll have everyone feeling like they’ve been transported back in time or jump into one of our other two rooms –
Benjamin Franklin’s time warp room where he was trying out electric eels as early experimenters; or Escape Rooms in Phillidelphia Zooinspired Monkey Rescue Adventure Game instead set at New York Citys municipal Central Park zoo during its first African lion census (1901).
The Prohibition game my team visited was a lot more difficult than we thought it would be. The solution for many of the puzzles wasn’t immediately obvious, and some even took us quite a while to figure out with all our “trying” around in circles!
Our guide eventually gave up giving clues on these brainteasers because they just couldn’t seem any clearer at first glance – but then again he had been running this place long enough so maybe there are rare cases where people get lucky from day 1?
The puzzles at this museum are more than just a brainteaser. There’s an interactive element to them, with clues scattered throughout the room and drawings on the walls that must be interpreted by visitors in order for them all to make sense!
If your group is up for it (or if you have some really clever friends), go ahead and enjoy yourselves here; otherwise, I wouldn’t recommend going alone as there aren’t many security guards so watch out who enters or leaves during certain times of day when access might not always seem legitimate…
There are three main puzzles in the museum, each with its own theme. The first puzzle is a “spot-the-difference” game that requires visitors to find differences between two drawings of the same person or object and then draw them onto one drawing.
As you explore this room, there will be clues scattered throughout hidden behind paintings on the wall; these hints must be interpreted by visitors before they can solve the second puzzle which is an interactive maze (think Rubik’s Cube).