An Outside Escape is an automatically guided tour of a city, museum or other location. The participant will work as a team to solve riddles as they are guided through the story. It encourages the participants to take a good look around. They receive all information via their mobile phone: route, story, riddles, hints and solutions. Participants can start whenever they want.
They will play in teams of 2 to 4 people. More is allowed, but the chance that not everyone is fully involved increases.
They can start whenever they want. All they need is the link to the Outside Escape and the access code.
Everyone can view the information (story, route, riddles, historical background information, etc) on their own phone. But it is also possible to do everything on one phone.
We use video, audio and text to tell the story.
It is not possible to get stuck, the hints always offer the solution in the end.
Teams can earn points by solving the riddles with as few hints as possible. During the route, they also look for photos of specific locations. Afterwards, a scoreboard appears for teams to compare there scores.
On average, an Outside Escape lasts about 2 hours, but can vary. There is no time limit, everyone can do it at their own pace and feel free to pause for a snack or a drink.
We generally develop for a broad target group, but we can also work for a specific target group. It is also possible to make several variants.
Most of our routes are suitable for young people from 12 years old. However, we can also develop for a younger target group. During the development of the routes we take into account people in a wheelchair or with an electric scooter.
The average level of the riddles is: average. Some of the riddles ask for a bit more perseverance, but are doable even without having experience with escape rooms. You can't get stuck, the clues will always provide you with the right anwer.
The route runs through the (historical) city center.
The average level of the riddles is: challenging. Some riddles offer more challenge, it helps if you have done an escape room before. You can't get stuck though, the clues will always provide you with the right anwer.
This route is available in Dutch.
The average level of the riddles is: easy. After a bit of puzzling you will figure it out, and if not, you can always ask for a clue. You can't get stuck, the clues will always provide you with the right anwer.
This route is available in Dutch and English.
This route is available in Dutch and German.
The route runs through one or more city districts and city parks just outside the city center.
The route is suitable for people using a wheelchair or scooter.
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