THINK YOU'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES?
The game begins when the door shuts. Your team of at least 4 players will need to use their wits, ingenuity and cleverness to solve puzzles and find hidden clues to decode the final solution before time expires. Can your team Think it Out?
Whether a seasoned escape room player or a first timer, we host your game the way you want to play. The standard game rules are 3 clues in 60 minutes. However, every team is different. Some teams want/need more help while others want to keep their “professional” status and never ask for a clue. Just have fun or stress yourself out - It’s your choice.
All games are family friendly. Designed for adults but kids offer unique perspectives on solving the puzzles. Nothing scary, gory or obscene, just a lot of PG-Rated mental gymnastics. We want you to use your wits, not wet your pants!
So you've heard of an escape room but are too shy to try. Or maybe you've played a few and want to see the behind the scenes and learn the tricks of the trade. Our Thinkologists will take you on a 45 minute Walk-Thru in our Motown room. We'll show you what is an escape room, how to begin, what to look for, common puzzle types and so much more.
We also highly recommend this program to Boy/Girl Scouts 12 and under. We work as a team to go thru the logic and how to solve every puzzle. We also discuss the benefits of teamwork and how to be better teammates.
Call for more information or to schedule a time 586.359.2401
Escape Rooms are all about teamwork. Our rooms promote trust and communication in a safe, fun setting. Gain insight and understanding of individual strengths and skills in a setting where everyone can participate. High School coach, small business or major corporations all benefit from a working together.
Team Building games include:
4 - 12 players in The Locker Room Escape Game
Coaches / Managers can watch / evaluate the game from the control room
15-minute warm up puzzles for extra game time
End of game walk-thru
Room available for Coaches/Managers post game discussion on the importance of teamwork
Total team building event time: 2-hours