The thing about family escape quests is that nobody can settle on what should these quests be like. Some studios label escape rooms for children as “family escape quests,” even if that can’t be farther from the truth. If an escape room is created especially for kids, adults won’t feel excited about participating. All the puzzles, the setting, and decorations, roles and storylines: what’s great for children, won’t appear to mature audience.
It’s not like the creators can go Disney route here, too. The themes that work perfectly in movies are not always that relatable when it comes to escaping rooms. After all, instead of a silent observer, you become an active participant. Still, there’s a demand for robust, funny and entertaining family escape rooms. So how is that demand satisfied?
Of course, it’s essential for families with kids, but the same rules can apply if you’re not sure whether the members of your family are up to escaping from a creepy maniac recently mentioned in tabloids or getting away from the murderous Dracula. So if you’re planning on a family event with children, or if some of your beloved family members are a bit conservative, that’s what you’d usually want from the escape room of your choosing:
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