EscapeSF Real Time Escape Games
EscapeSF is adrenaline rush Real Time Escape Games. Your team is 2-5 people. Your time is 60 minutes. Step into alternate reality with one one goal: to escape!
Each game has a goal: you may have to return a stolen painting, escape from Alcatraz, or beat a mafia clan. It’s a piece of cake! You only need to figure out where to begin, find the right items or clues and use them correctly, solve few puzzles and all of it in under an hour. Each game has a story behind it. There are no clear instructions or instructors; the room communicates with you, shares its secrets and sets up your final goal. You are the hero, and the hero is you!
Escape from Alcatraz
In its 29 years of operation, there were 14 attempts to escape from Alcatraz prison involving 36 inmates. Succeed and add your name to the list of successful attempts!
Escape from Antique Room
“Rome Tribune”: As it was reported by reputable sources, famous Florentine antiques and art dealer Jerry Alfredo had recently disappeared. For a long time he was suspected to be behind the “theft of century”: theft of the famous Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci. The police, however, could not produce any evidence against Mr. Alfredo. Shortly before his disappearance, he received a mysterious letter, in which he was asked to return the painting to Italy for 500 thousand million lire. Upon receipt of the letter, the art dealer turned to the police, but no action was taken. Jerry Alfredo mysteriously disappeared a few days after and eventually police had forwarded the case to the special department which has been dealing with some of most difficult crimes. Special Investigations Unit is on the case and, if found, they must bring back the painting.
It’s 1928, the prohibition era. Last week, the biggest bootlegging bosses of the country were arrested in a historic sweep as they were sitting in an underground speakeasy divvying up territories of influence and lucrative rum running routes. Now there is nobody left to run the business – unless you can do it, of course. Your job is to obtain the names of the 7 arrested mafiosi and gain control of the biggest, baddest money making endeavor of the century.
EscapeSF has a great team bonding event you can do online during the pandemic called the Pegasus Project. We have 17 people and they broke us up into groups via Zoom breakout rooms. It has the feel of an escape room experience: timed puzzle solving fun. They even have a digital room you can explore by clicking around like the virtual tours you see in open houses. At the end, you could see which team solved it and how long it took each team. It was organized well, making it easy for a large group to plan and play (and reasonably priced for a team bonding event)! The host, Andre, would pop in to see if we had any questions, so we felt taken care of haha Highly recommend!
Posted Mar 2021