BUILD YOUR TEAM
Eleventh Hour Enigma brings out the best in your team. Is your team comprised of an Initiator, Leader, Supporter, Problem-solver, Communicator, Coordinator, Motivator, Competitor…or maybe even a Grump-a-lump? Can you identify who is who? Do you know who will shine when the clock is ticking? All of these roles working together is the key to a successful escape.
FOLLOW THE CLUES
How smart do you have to be to escape one of our rooms? Success is not always a function of intelligence, rather it really comes down to problem solving; which requires players to shift perspectives. Our escape rooms help highlight the importance of perspective. Whenever a team is tackling a puzzle, different points of view can provide a team with more options.
SOLVE THE PUZZLES
The puzzles vary, but most rely on the player’s ability to draw connections or see patterns. Players often have an “Aha” moment when the solution is discovered. The problem wasn’t too hard, it just required a different perspective. Moments like these, can help reinforce the need for different thoughts and approaches.
UNLOCK THE MYSTERY
When playing our Rooms a group must work together, communicate, and collaborate in order to solve the mysteries of the room and discover the secret. It’s challenging – but a lot of fun. Everyone has a role to play to be successful.
BEAT THE CLOCK
Even teams that don’t quite make it out in the time still leave rejuvenated and brainstorming on how they could have escaped successfully with slight changes in team dynamics. It’s great to watch the team grow, build relationships and perhaps better appreciate the value of everyone’s contribution.
ESCAPE THE ROOM
After game facilitation extends the Escape Room Experience beyond the Game. Teams will want to discuss what they did right — and what they missed — after the experience. Did they listen to each other? Did they work together? How did they determine who would do what during the experience? Did they collaborate to solve puzzles? How did each team member contribute? What may have tripped them up?