Imagine if you could shrink all the awesomeness of an escape room into just 1 box that you could play at home.
Part party game. Part board game. Part puzzle adventure. It would be a creative experience to enjoy with friends, kids, colleagues, and fellow Wizards.
Best of all, you'd be able to customize it however you like.
It would pretty well be the ultimate house party. Ever.
Sound like something you'd like to expereince? Keep reading and we'll show you how.
How it'll transform your next party
The activity is the most important part of any event. It's what brings people together. It's what helps us connect beyond the smalltalk.
By using a fun-tested escape room box you can throw your next event with confidence knowing your crew will have a legend time.
Once you download one of the escape kits, simply print it out at the nearest office store or home printer . Then place the puzzle cards around your home by following the simple setup guide.
Then you're done!
All that's left to do is invite your crew, crack out the snacks, drinks, and crank that party music (yes, they even come with background music).
Note for overachievers: I get it. You need to throw literally the best party of the year. Don't worry, we've got you covered! The DIY escape game comes with the complete game editor so you can customize everything. The bar is set pretty high though - here's what one mum from the states did for her kid. Mindblown.
Don't worry if you're still not sure. We're here to help you can choose an escape room that is just right for you. Simply shoot us a message via email or Facebook, and we'll answer all of your questions, every step of the way!
Choose the best escape kit for your crew:
Envy Murder Mystery
7084 kits sold
4.9 Star rating
For ages 16+
A 1920's Gatsby style murder mystery game of debaucherous luxury and deadly feuds. A night of velvet gloves, blood-stained.
O no- we're stuck in the past! Or is this the future? Work together to find hidden relics from each era and fix the T.I.M.E machine before that hungry dinosaur eats you for dinner. Do your kids have what it takes?