The Dark Room. Follow the path of it’s old tenant to escape…
You and your team. The flashlight. Do you have what it takes to defeat the darkness? Look for clues, solve puzzles, discover hidden items, open secret doors… do what it takes to escape! Based on a true story.
Great for beginners, intermediate players and those who enjoy mystic themes!
Success rate: approximately 40%
Number of participants: 2-6
Q: Is it scary?
Q: Is it spooky?
Adventure rooms Denver
Everyone loves a good adventure story. Whether it is a classic, like Peter Pan or Treasure Island, or even a more modern interpretation like Star Wars or Transformers, adventure stories have the ability to suck in an audience. As these types of adventures have skyrocketed recently with the release of popular films like Star Wars and the Hunger Games series. As these types of story lines become more and more popular throughout our modern day culture, it should come as no surprise that real-life interpretations of these stories are coming into play in society. Adventure rooms are the interpretation of these story lines played out in real time. The games created in these escape-type scenarios allow one to play out, using logic and teamwork, their innermost adventure-fantasy.
Instead of another dull evening sitting at home watching a television movie about a fictional characters having a life-changing experience, you can grab your friends (if you want) and go to the adventure rooms Denver to have your own life-changing experience! There, you will be placed in a room where you will have to find clues with your teammates that will lead you to the exit of the room. You will have to be open to new ideas and suggestions for your teammates and you will have to be willing to put your mindset in that of an adventurer per your favorite story.
While you are playing the escape games, you can be the star of your own personal adventure. You can solve the mystery, put the pieces together, and escape successful! Even though it is not an easy task, as it requires time-management skills and carefully crafted logical decisions, it makes the adventure all the more realistic in terms of stress-management and anxiety-producing scenarios.
Now, picture this. You are in one of the rooms at 5280 Room. Perhaps you are in the mystery room where you have to solve the crime (or is it a crime) of what occurred in the room before you got there. Your senses are heightened, your eyes peeled for clue that will lead you to the answers you need in order to escape. Your teammates have all eyes on you, watching as you try to solve the puzzle, the cogs in your head turning fiercely. The clock is counting down. You had an hour, then forty five minutes, then thirty. Now you have a mere ten minutes left to solve the puzzles. Your heart is racing, you can feel it pounding all the way in your ears and the only question left is… can you actually solve the puzzle?