Everybody who’s ever participated in an escape room adventure knows for sure that teammates are what make the whole experience memorable. You don’t have to build up a team, test the strong and weak sides of your comrades, and practice teamwork beforehand or anything like that. Sometimes the best option is to take your friends and family along. Half of the team may be new to the art of escaping locked rooms, but that doesn’t matter: there are always easy puzzles for newbies and advanced quest chains (for experienced players. Even those who come for the first time can contribute and help the team to get out in time. Also, there’s always an option to roll the dice and play with strangers.
Still, there are times when even fun escape quests turn out a bit stressful for everybody involved. Instead of feeling happy, people come out dissatisfied. The strangest thing is that this outcome has nothing to do with the result. So let’s find out how to get the most fun out of your escape room adventure – and how to stay positive throughout the whole quest!
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