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    Are you among those who like to win in everything and every time? If yes, then you are in the right place? Whether it’s your first escape game or a rebound game after a loss, we have tips that will help you ace any escape room you play. These tips have been compiled by experts who have played numerous escape games and have made a perfect escape! Go ahead and read the article, find some tips that might help you, learn from the best. 

    1. Play with a strong team:? ?

    Teams work better when there’s a familiar context for communication, and the members know each other before the game. The age demographic of the whole team should also lie in the same range. For example, if you are a 20-year-old and have come to play this game with your 10-year-old nephew, this will probably hinder your performance. 

    The members must listen to each other and value each other’s opinions to minimize clashes within the team as it will waste a lot of time. These clashes are infrequent, but it can happen if your luck is not by your side. 

    We also suggest that you should play in smaller teams. It is because playing at the maximum team size comes with many issues like physical crowdedness, insufficient things for everyone to ponder on, fewer “aha!” moments, and additional overhead in getting everyone up to speed. 

    It is recommended that you have approximately 50-75% of your team’s maximum team capacity. However, this can vary from game to game and from group to group.  

     To play with a team of your choice might be cost-prohibitive for public-booking rooms. But you can always try your luck by making a booking at the last-minute or at an unpopular time slot. If you can book a private room, you will get this by default. 

    2. Trust your team players and work as a team:

    If you are in for a win, you must listen to everyone and try out all the ideas. Try out even the craziest of ideas because you never know it might end up working in your favor.  

    Your victory or defeat in an escape room also depends on how swiftly two team members who found relevant items matched them together, i.e., a code and a key, a lock, and a key, or maybe a pattern that is common in two different places. Therefore, the team members must communicate effectively with each other and tell each other what they found.?

    Also, if you cannot figure out the solution to a puzzle, we suggest that you ask your team member to help or take over on the mystery. It helps ensure that no puzzle is left unsolved and that players are working to solve each unsolved puzzle. You may continue doing this until someone from your team can figure the puzzle out. If no one can solve it, it usually means that you don’t have all of the information yet to decipher it, or it may be the right time for you to ask for a hint. 

    One of the most important things to win an escape room is contributing to a puzzle and not a spectator. People tend to spectate when impressive progress is being made on a mystery by other members. But if you want to win, do not waste any time and spread out and work on different puzzles simultaneously! If there’s only one puzzle open, then, by all means, let the whole team brainstorm. 

    3. Keep your space neat and clean: ?

    One thing that you can do is to segregate the objects in the game into a “used” pile and an “unused” pile. It helps prevent team members from examining the same thing again and reduces the wastage of time. It might also help you find certain unused items that might prove to be of use later! In some escape rooms, an object can be used more than once. 

    Also, it is vital to arrange objects in a neat and tidy manner. It helps keep the room in shape, and you can find what you need quickly. This also lets you keep track of related objects, so you might pair them up when you see them necessary. 

    4. Be through with your work:

    At the beginning of each game, divide the room into sections, and assign sub-groups to comb through each section. It helps to ensure that the room is thoroughly inspected and no area is inspected more or less. Be extremely thorough when looking and searching for things. Sometimes, vital objects can be placed in exotic or non-exotic places, like hidden inside a book, tucked in a coat pocket, or behind a cabinet door. 

    Hints are essential. 

    It is essential to listen to the intro and rules by your game master. Your game master might slip some helpful hints at the beginning that will help you and save a lot of time. Also, there is always a hint system in the game. You may have to ask the game-master, use a walkie-talkie, or wave in the camera to ask for hints. Regardless of how hints are distributed, we recommend asking for hints whenever you feel stuck or have stopped having fun. Game masters are trained to push you in the right direction so you can start solving puzzles again. 

    5. Solve puzzles efficiently: ?

    There are a few unnecessary items in the room that are just for aesthetic purposes or distract the players. It would be best if you didn’t waste any time figuring them out. 

    Do not force open things. The game doesn’t work like that. The game masters will brief you beforehand on what things you should and shouldn’t do! 

    It is also necessary that you don’t overthink any of the puzzles. Escape games are meant to be fun for a larger audience, which means that they generally don’t require prior knowledge, prior experience, or a complicated explanation for anything. Go for the more straightforward solution. 

    We believe that these tips will you make a clean escape and ace your first escape room. 

    Now go and play the escape room and gave the time of your life!

    Author Bio:?Charlotte Lin is a content creator at? She?s a passionate young woman, mother to an amazing nine-year-old, and an avid reader. Over the years, writing has helped her explore and understand the world as well as her own self. She loves to travel, meet new people, and spend quality time with her daughter. You can find her on LinkedIn.

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