This is for real! You will find yourself in a strange apartment which you were lucky to inherit from a mysterious relative of yours. How cool is that? The only problem is that you have never heard of this “relative” before and what’s more important, now that the door is locked, you do not know how to escape!
Your team starts in an old abandoned living-room and tries to access the kitchen. Now what? More clues and puzzles! Finally the last combination and you escape… What? Where is this staircase taking us???
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Number of participants: 6-10
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Q: So where do we start?
A: No idea.
For this article, we are going to discuss life and the freedom of choice for awhile. Let’s talk about how we have a select number of moments in our lives and a select number of days to spend these moments. We are lucky enough to get to choose who we spend our time with and what to do with the time we have. We are lucky enough to have the cognitive processing to choose what we want to get out of our lives. We can choose if we want to drink a beer or order a glass of wine. We can choose if we want to be in a relationship or enjoy the freedoms of a single life. We can choose to live in America or we can choose to move to the United Kingdom. We have a plethora of opportunities and choices to make that all meld together to form a unique, individual life for everyone.
A great luxury of living in a nation of freedom like the United States is being able to choose how to work our capitalistic, democratic society. We are able to vote for who we want to represent us in this world. We are able to choose what businesses we support and we are able to choose who we do not want to support. We decide our favorite activities and where we spend our hard-earned money. With all these luxuries of choice, it can be a hard decision to decide what to choose with our free time. After all, most of us must work a large portion of our days and weeks in order to support ourselves. (Note the choice isn’t necessarily free). So, if one were to work at least forty hours a week, and sleep approximately 56 hours a week, what does one do with the remaining seventy two hours? Perhaps spend time with loved ones: family and friends and kin. Perhaps decide to pick up a hobby or watch television or a film. All of these options are great, and all of them are a balanced part of a stereotypical “normal” human life, but there is one activity that can intrigue and set in motion all the best parts of this human life.
Why not make the choice to try a live escape game Denver? Why not choose, in this great city of ours, with these great lives to try something new? Branch out from the typical choice and experience something different. Why not choose an escape live experience? The good news is that you can! And you can choose to bring those closest to you. It doesn’t even take that much time, as that is part of the challenge. You can choose to have a one hour long adventure that will challenge every dusty corner of your brain that has perhaps become stagnant within the forty hour work week.