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What is a Mobile Escape Room?

1st you might be asking yourself what is an escape room, escape the room game, escape event, escape game, breakout room?

If you’ve ever seen the Crystal Maze, Fort Boyard, Jungle Run, Escape The Hounds then you are most of the way there. Typically in these shows a small team of people take it in turns to complete puzzle challenges in several different themed rooms or locations. All in order to accumulate time in a final challenge to ultimately win a prize. And although great fun to watch there is one fundamental drawback. Most of the challenges are only designed for one person to participate in at once. Whereas a traditional escape room fills that gap. Teams of between 2-10 people work together in larger more complex rooms that require teamwork and communication to find keys, open locks, solve puzzles and riddles in order to escape the room in a given time frame.

So what’s a mobile escape room? Well, a mobile escape room is exactly that. Just like a traditional brick and mortar escape room, the only significant difference is its unique ability to be erected practically anywhere. As a relatively new concept, the arrival of the mobile escape room to the UK was slow compared to other countries. In America it’s not unusual to stumble across a renovated camper-van or school bus parked in an obscure location. Offering players the opportunity to immerse themselves into the cryptic world of the escape room on the side of the highway or in a shopping mall car park.

You might say the mobile escape room has evolved out of the need to serve a certain group, those less able to reach brick and mortar locations, for the purpose of events where it’s not desirable to have teams of people leaving the site. Or large groups that may find it a struggle to find transport or a time of day where everyone can get together. A mobile escape room can solve all these problems by bringing the team building activities and entertainment to you. Smaller renovated van escape games can be good for small functions or parties, but for larger teams or multiple groups you need the real deal. Pop-up escape rooms have the advantage of being able to fit larger teams in at once with more complex puzzles and props. These can be achieved by using marquees or tents but offer little structure and can be rather flimsy not to mention time consuming to erect. A larger inflatable room are practically ideal for the mobile escape room market, as they look professional, have stronger surface walls to attach props and puzzles and can be erected in a matter of minutes. As long as there is a flat surface with plenty of head room and a power outlet you're off to the races.

So whether you're planning a birthday or fancy some alternative team building to build communication, camaraderie or improve creative thinking. A mobile escape room could be right up your street.

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