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Navigating an escape room is a great way to encourage family bonding. You’ll need to work together if you want to escape. Categorizing your team into a few roles can be very helpful!
When you’re getting ready for your escape room experience, consider which family members can fill these four essential escape room roles.
Your escape room team should have someone in each of these roles.
Every escape room is going to have a number of hidden items. A seeker’s job is to find the hidden puzzles and items in the room.
Choose someone who will notice if even a little thing is out of place because clues aren’t always very obvious.
A skilled seeker is one of the most important escape room roles. They help you get all the puzzles out on the table as soon as possible, giving your team time to actually work on them!
Once the puzzles have been found, it’s time to solve them. A thinker has a very logical brain, which allows them to put together puzzle pieces in ways that no one else considers.
Your thinker should be someone who’s good at making connections between two seemingly-unrelated items.
Although some puzzles work creatively, many have to do with logical connections. A thinker should know how to connect questions to answers as quickly as possible, so your team can move on to the next puzzle.
Most escape room roles don’t require specialized knowledge. However, the expert knows a bit of specialized information from a variety of sources.
If a member of your family is constantly chiming in with a bit of trivia, they’d make a great expert.
Experts are good at connecting the room’s theme with its puzzles. In an Alice in Wonderland room, for example, they can make connections based on their knowledge of the story.
The manager coordinates the team, making sure that each person is doing something to further the escape.
Family members who tend to assume leadership roles and can delegate appropriately are usually great at being the manager.
Even the best teams need some directions. A manager helps keep everyone on the right path!
Escape rooms are fun, but they can quickly get confusing. When you assign members of your team to distinct escape room roles, you can make sure the experience runs as smoothly as possible!
Assigning roles ahead of time is an easy way to streamline your escape before you arrive.
60OUT rooms are a great way to try out these escape room roles. There are rooms for every interest, age, family size, and experience!