So, what is an escape room, and how does one play? It’s basically a game where you ditch the computer and return to reality, sort of. A bunch of people, sometimes friends, sometimes strangers, get locked up together, and then use clues to free themselves within a certain amount of time. If you are an online gamer, and even if you aren’t, it’s time to change things up, and this is an awesome way to do just that!

It’s time to stop playing a character in a video game and become the character in the live action challenge.

To become an local escape room expert you need to know how to play. Here’s a quick checklist of the main do’s and don’ts:

  • Do communicate a lot
  • Do work as a team
  • Do shout out ideas loud, maybe it will trigger the solution in your teammates’ brain!
  • Do focus on the job, the end goal!
  • Do have fun!

With these simple ideas anyone can become a champion at these challenging games, and escape rooms in LA are especially tricky! Here at the Puzzle Workshop we offer an amazing and entertaining location to play at. Whether you’re completely new, or a seasoned pro, there’s fun for everyone.

These mesmerizing escape room games are becoming more and more popular, and the Puzzle Workshop definitely sets the bar for the most creative elements. Fortunately, that’s not just opinion, as a post about escape rooms on points out, “the Secrets of The Illuminati Escape Room by the Puzzle Workshop is a challenging game that will test your wits and your teamwork skills...and so far it is the best non-horror-based escape room.”

The other mystery at our LA escape room is dedicated to finding a fictitious Hollywood actress Ruby Valentine who has been kidnapped. “Starting off in Ruby’s room, there are puzzles and clues that will lead you to the perpetrator (and escape)”, according to Nerd Reactor. “Working in pairs, we proceeded to dissect the room and attack from all angles. The puzzles overall were challenging, yet fun and definitely kept us all on our toes!

There you go, full of fun and interaction, the Puzzle Workshop is definitely the place to go!