HOW TO CREATE AN ESCAPE ROOM OR A TREASURE HUNT AT HOME

Here you have some tips so that you can create an afternoon of games for friends and family that will make your afternoons and nights more enjoyable.

STEP 1: THE PRIZE
The basic idea of ​​these types of games is to get a prize. The best thing would be to adapt the award to your players. Take advantage of the fact that you know them. The prize could be tickets to an amusement park, a weekend getaway or just the excuse to make your friends have a fun time on a special day.

STEP 2: THE LIMITS
Outside or inside? Countdown? Limited or unlimited amount of hints? With or without internet access? Collaborative or competitive profile? With physical tests or just intellectual ones? It should be said that these limits will be focused on the physical space you have and the players it is aimed at.

STEP 3: YOUR AUDIENCE

 

Know your audience and be aware of how far they can go. You are not going to give your 6-10 year-old nephews the same tests as your 25-30 year-old friends.

 


STEP 4: THE PUZZLES

There are all kinds of them, but in general, the puzzles, tests and enigmas that fit better to an improvised escape room at home are those of hiding objects and finding their location through riddles, the mathematical and logic puzzles that make your players go gathering all the pieces until finding the last prize.

STEP 5: SURPRISES

 If you really want your event to be memorable, you will need to do your research and add imagination to the matter. Get special objects, magic inks, programs that invert texts, break down images or generate audios. Give it a special touch! To help you with this, Take a look at our store where you will find objects to set and use in your games that will take them to the next level


 

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