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Spin Master Games - Escape Room The Game
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- Bring home the fun and excitement of an escape room to play with friends and family at home!
- You have 60 minutes to enter the correct keys on the chrono decoder to escape: it will count down remaining time, and emit intense sounds to let you know you’re almost out of time.
- Features 4 thrilling escape rooms: prison break, virus, nuclear countdown, and temple of the aztec.
- Escape room the game is for 3-5 players ages 16 and up, and requires 3 aa batteries (not included).
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Spin Master Games - Escape Room The Game
Bring The Escape Room Phenomenon Home
Escape Room The Game from Spin Master Games is all the fun and excitement of popular escape rooms from the comfort of home. Play with family and friends and try to escape from multiple themed rooms before time runs out!
Work Together to Solve the Puzzles
There’s a way out of each seemingly impossible scenario — it’s up to you and your team of 3-5 players to figure it out and get out in time. Solve puzzles, find clues, and work together to find a way out of the room.
Race Against the Clock to Escape
Think fast — you only have 60 minutes to escape each room before times runs out and you lose! The included Chrono Decoder starts counting down as soon as you begin, and it makes intense sounds the closer you get to the deadline. Enter the correct code into the Chrono Decoder before your 60 minutes is up to win!
4 Exciting Escape Rooms to Play
With Escape Room The Game there are 4 thrilling scenarios to play, each with a different level of difficulty. Choose from Prison Break, Virus, Nuclear Countdown, and Temple of the Aztec. Once you’ve completed one, try your hand at the next — it gets harder and harder to escape in time. Keep your cool under pressure with Escape Room The Game!
What’s In The Box/Battery Requirements
- 1 Electronic Chrono Decoder.
- 1 Hint Card Decoder.
- 16 Keys.
- 32 Hint Cards.
- 4 Different Adventure Packs.
- 1 Game Rules.
- Requires 3 AA batteries (not included).
Can you keep your cool under pressure? Escape Room The Game from Spin Master brings the thrill and mystery of an escape room to your home. Work together to solve puzzles and find hidden clues to escape before time runs out! The Chrono Decoder counts down from 60 minutes and creates a real escape room atmosphere. Play 1 of 4 different escape room adventures with varying levels of difficulty: Prison Break, Virus, Nuclear Countdown, and Temple of the Aztec. You win or lose together with Escape Room The Game.
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|Item Dimensions||10.62 x 10.62 x 4.52 in||7.5 x 7.5 x 7.5 in||2 x 7.88 x 10.25 in||1.7 x 5.1 x 7.1 in||10.5 x 15 x 3.5 in||2.6 x 11.6 x 11.6 in|
|Item Weight||2.01 lbs||999 lbs||1 lb||0.56 lb||1.1 lbs||3.52 lbs|
Top customer reviews
Note: this game is properly described but I missed the fact that there are only 4 levels you can play one time each before you need to buy additional sets. It's not enough to make me regret my purchase (HOURS of fun with my daughters), just something I wish I'd realized in advance. You will need batteries (I think it was triple a) and yes, you will actually need them. There's no work around for the electronic bits.
After a few months of having played it, we played again with my sister in law and it was fun to play because we didn't remember anything. You can also pass the game to someone else if you keep clues and materials neatly organized (I put clues in ziploc bags).