Where can I play TeamEscape?
TeamEscape is available in many cities around the world and new locations are opening constantly. You can find all current locations under Booking. If no location is available in your area, combine your trip to TeamEscape with your next city visit or open your own TeamEscape store in your region (for more information, see Franchise).
TeamEscape? I still don’t get it, why should I book?
We deliberately held back some information. This section should provide you with some more information by giving away some of TeamEscape’s secrets. But believe us, the less you know about TeamEscape, the better the experience. We recommend: Try it – solve it – love it!
Am I too old for this game?
TeamEscape’s concept is directed towards adults who are curious enough to set their inner child free regardless of profession and background. Also the puzzles’ and rooms’ levels are intended for adults of all ages. Children and adolescents with strong curiosity and good intuition under the age of 14 years and accompanied by adults are welcome and will have just as much fun at TeamEscape!
Do I need an IQ of 140 or beyond to solve the mysteries and puzzles?
Definitely not. Even though TeamEscape challenges your brainwork and team thinking and the success rate is not 100%, the concept is designed for everybody no matter what her or his IQ or profession is. First of all, TeamEscape focuses on the fun during the team experience. Secondly, skills and abilities across the group are central. At TeamEscape there are neither lonely heroes nor desolate fighters. Because of the different and diverse challenges and tasks, every member of the group can make her or his contribution to achieving the group success. Additionally, our Gamemasters will provide you with a few hints at the right time if required.
What is the optimal size of a group?
If not mentioned otherwise, there can be 2-6 people per room. Depending on the available number, multiple rooms can be booked parallel or consecutively, so larger groups can split up and play against each other. Although the rooms’ themes are different, a competition is possible - next time the groups could switch rooms. In general, smaller groups will find it harder to succeed, but it is not impossible at all. Group dynamics rise by increasing the number of participants. Essential communication and coordination give more experience to the game and increase more agility and entertainment. Therefore, we recommend an optimal group size of 4-5 participants.
Does the level of difficulty differ from room to room?
There is a clear distinction about the rooms in content and optical design. However, the level of difficulty of the puzzles and tasks does not differ.