The design of a great escape room is 50% science, 50% art, and 10% prayer. Yes, those equal 110%...but that’s what it takes to design a GREAT escape room…a little extra to go from good to great. We started in the escape room business because we love escape rooms. We have a passion for escape rooms and play other rooms as often as possible. I’d say we’re escape room customers as much as escape room owners and that’s why we have a passion for providing GREAT escape rooms and refuse to provide anything less.
Creating, building, and maintaining a great escape room takes the collaboration of many skilled people. The conception of our newest room, THE GATE, took a village of highly skilled professionals to get it done. In our case, delivery of a world-class room required:
· Enigmatology (Puzzle design)
· Storytelling expertise
· Set Design
· Special Effects
· Software programming
· Audio/Visual installation
· Project management
· Quality management
· Yoda-like patience
In the end, everything needs to come together to provide a holistic creation that’s engaging, immersive, and generally awesome. The result should equal more than the sum of its parts. Players need to leave with an adrenaline inspired smile on their face.
As with most things in life, nothing special comes easy. We look for the finest partners to collaborate on our room design to help ensure a world-class product. The best designs and the best people make it happen. We decided to partner with our friends at Themescape Escape Rooms and Algorythym Designs again to build our latest room, THE GATE.
The Escape Room market has grown a crazy amount over the last couple of years. With volume, comes a lot of different philosophies on room design. Some are good, some not so good, some just different. Regardless, room design is the most important responsibility of an escape room owner. We do our absolute best to provide a world-class product.
Come experience the results for yourself. Excellence…it’s an everyday journey…not a destination. Check out more about THE GATE.
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