Tips for Putting Together Your Escape Room Team

You need to find a team for your Escape Room Games. You’ve booked the room and now you’re ready to put your team together. We can’t stress enough the importance of putting the right team together because if you don’t, you’ll have less chance of winning. We’d love you to have a fighting chance so we’re going to give you some tips on how to get the right team together and that way, when you arrive, you’ll be ready to win the game. 

The Dabbler

The dabbler is someone who tinker’s about with everything from locks to furniture and will leave no stone unturned as he/she goes through everything in order to find a clue. This is good because the clues are hidden just about anywhere. You’ll need to have your eyes peeled and prepared to look up and down and around to find them. 


The delegator is someone who won’t necessarily take much part in the game but rather look on from a distance while shouting out instructions. They’ll have worked out what needs to be done pretty early on and is prepared to shout out directives and encouragement while not actually taking part in the game itself. 


The organiser will be good at organising teams, people and objects, and you can bet they’ll be good at taking care of all the clues you find, and neatly placing them somewhere where you’ll be able to work through them once they’ll all been found. Someone you can trust to not lose anything and be perfectly adept at communicating to others what needs to be done to solve the clues. Communication is key in this game so better choose someone with organisation and communication skills in abundance.

The Clever Brainy One

That person of course will be the one who’s an expert at solving riddles and puzzles. Once they’ve been found, it’ll be this clever person who can unravel their mystery and solve them. They’ll be able to look at a problem in a variety of different ways and quickly come up with different workable solutions.

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Now you know what kind of team you need to put together; we know you’ll be busy getting the right people for the job. Once you’ve done that you can book your chosen themed room over the phone, where you can speak to a dedicated team member about your choice of room and which one is best for you, or you can book online. On our site, as you’ve probably seen there’s a list of themed rooms so you can see which one you like best, you’re bound to find one that suits you, so once you’ve done that, book away and we’ll see you down here!