Something many players are curious about is what it’s like to be a games master. What happens behind that mysterious desk, and how does it all work? Are we sitting there with a bag of popcorn and watching in amusement as hapless players bumble through the puzzles? We thought we’d give you a glimpse ofRead more about A session in the life of a games master[…]
Innovation in escape rooms may seem like a funny idea – aren’t escape rooms intrinsically innovative? In a way that’s true: although they first came on to the scene almost a decade ago, escape rooms still are relatively novel. Even in Sydney, a city of almost 4 million people, there are only around a dozen room escape companies.
But an industry isn’t innovative merely because it’s new – at some stage, businesses will have to, ahem, level up their offerings. So when is that likely to happen? And what form might it take in the escape room industry (especially escape rooms in Sydney)?
The Blitz Room – what is it?
At Next Level Escape, we are all about innovation. Like many before us, we’ve found problems that are yet to be solved, and we’ve put our heads together to find a solution.
There were two big problems we had with escape rooms: 1) when we found a company we loved, we’d have to wait far too long until they brought out a new room; 2) we often didn’t have 90 minutes to spare for our dose of fun.
So what were a couple of escape room addicts to do? Solution: the Blitz Room!