Try our fun and unique way to play an escape room, where you and your team will be together, but start separated at the same time! Three of our games have a unique format you may not have seen before: the split start. But what does that mean and why am I so scared?!! Don’t be intimidated! The split start is a great way to spice up your escape room experience and challenge your team in new ways. Learn more...
A split start means that your team is going to start the game split up - it’s that simple! But don’t panic! While you are separate, you’re together at the same time as well! And you are very much still working together in order to reunite and escape.
In the case of our Cabin 13 and Georgie escape game, your team will find themselves starting off in smaller groups where your team will all still be able to see, communicate and work together to come back together and escape. This works well especially for larger groups as everyone remains engaged and collaborates together throughout the game. For our Zombie Rising escape game, your team is divided into two bunkers and communication is key to reunite together.
The unique part of a split start is that YOU, the players, can choose the format of your separation before you start. Our games are modular and we can adjust it based on how you choose to start off. For the thrill seekers and go-getters who want more separation, can start off in your own room and for those who want extra eyes to see and extra brain power can start off in pairs or even a group of 3 as well. Your Game Master will discuss with your group prior and can provide suggestions as well based on group size, level of difficulty you’d like, and escape room experience. With a split start in our games, it’s definitely a fun and unique experience with lots of rooms and surprises for everyone to enjoy! Rise to the challenge and schedule your escape game here.