“The escape room was amazing! Our team absolutely loved it. The staffing that worked it was so helpful and it was a great experience!”Mariah Burciaga, California State University - Stanislaus
why book a virtual escape room?
Bring the newest craze to your college campus – virtually! Real Escape Rooms are insanely captivating, immersive, and challenging! The rooms are designed to stump you and require teamwork to solve, making it the ultimate team-building activity. After all, your group’s mission is to save lives – or even the world! Choose from any of the options listed below.
How it works:
Individuals or teams register and join a video stream that we host. Once in the video stream, everyone is place into breakout rooms with their team members (if individuals register to play we will place them in teams) and send them the link to the escape room website. During the game they communicate with their team members via the video stream to discuss their game and they can request a moderator join their room at any time for help or hints.
Teams vs. Individuals:
Players can register as a team or as an individual. But every player should join the video stream meeting.
How many players?
Up to 500 players can play during the event and we can accommodate larger groups up to 1,000 players (additional fees apply).
During the event time, new games are started as players arrive so players can join anytime.
con-artist joe escape room
iEscape is a highly engaging experiential team event that promotes creative problem solving, logic, teamwork, and communication skills in a virtual escape room concept that is played through an interactive app.
Con-Artist Joe, the notorious art thief (aka Albert C. Litmus), has plundered several priceless works of art and outwitted the great detectives of the world! Local authorities believe that he is plotting to lift a Van Gogh from the Art Museum and are seeking special-agent teams to assist in their mission to foil his scheme.
You and your team are invited to join forces to search the villain’s study for clues. But you must be quick and gather information within one hour before being discovered!
For this event, you will meet up via live video stream (Zoom), download the game app onto your personal device, and put your problem-solving skills to the test. Solve puzzles, unpack evidence, and unravel cryptic messages… all while avoiding the curveballs that are thrown at you along the way.
Using image recognition and augmented reality technology, you’ll scan specific objects to unlock tasks, challenges and codes. As your team progresses through the challenge, new levels are revealed to test the skills of each team member. As a team, you’ll piece together evidence to solve clues, crack codes, and beat the clock to escape!
Tommy Bennetti, a local crime boss, has hired you to discover the identity of two shooters who committed a mob hit at his club last Tuesday. Tommy’s tech guy has hacked into the police database to give your group access to all the collected evidence. Your group has to sort through all the evidence before the cops trace the connection back to Tommy. The evidence can be accessed online in groups or individually and teams will have access to group chats if team members are not in the same location. All clues are delivered electronically and players can participate from anywhere with a laptop or tablet. For the duration of the game, players will have access to select mob members via chat to answer any questions as they sift through the evidence.
late for the holidays
Snooze… Snooze… Snooze…
OMG YOU SLEPT IN! Like really late.
The big holiday dinner is in an hour, and you were stuck with a list of everything that has to be done before the guests arrive. From cleaning to food prep to some last minute phone calls, there is so much to be done to get ready! And NOTHING is where you expect it to be. Get moving! Your family and friends are counting on you to pull this off! You have assembled a few of your closest (and most awake) friends to help you. Can you get everything done before dinner is out of the oven?
Late For The Holidays is a 3D virtual escape room puzzle with a holiday theme. Players solve puzzles to get their holiday to-do list completed within 60 minutes before guests are going to arrive. You’ll need to work fast and work with your teammates to figure things out. It isn’t going to be easy and you’re still a little tired…
the exit files
The Exit Files is a difficult game of puzzle mastery. Remote players will be placed in a Zoom videoconferencing room so they can communicate with their teammates. Gamemasters will be available for hints and to check on players during the game. Some of the puzzles are easy, some are difficult.
It was a strange day when you received an email from your eccentric uncle. Uncle John was a game designer who became very wealthy but kept to himself. Nobody in the family had seen him in years. Can your team solve the puzzles and win your Uncle’s fortune?
the missing mascot
This game is designed for all ages! For groups with younger players and families playing with younger children we set this room for a 1-hour solve time. For other groups we set it for 45 minutes.
Someone has stolen the mascot costume from the South High School Vikings. The police are encouraging students, like the players, to submit their ideas of who might have stolen the mascot. There are six suspects (well, 7, but everybody treats the twin cheerleaders as one person). Your team’s mission is to review the case, search around town for clues, and deliver the solution to the police. The big game is tonight and the police as well as the school would like to get the mascot back. You only have a limited amount of time!
the prankster roommate
Your jokester roommate strikes again. You have not been able to figure them out. Sure, they were a little older. You figured you’d cut them some slack. But the roommate is too mischievous.
You have been worried what is going to happen next. You tried to stay awake all night keeping one eye on your roommate. You couldn’t keep going. Somewhere around 4am, even after two Monsters, you fell asleep. The whole time your roommate was humming softly. It was a song you thought you should have known.
The next morning you woke up and found a note from your roommate:
“I’m heading home for few days and and I have struck again! I left a game of puzzles on your laptop.”
On the back, it said:
“P.S. Everything on your laptop is now encrypted. Finish the game if you want it all back. See you in a few days.”
What?? It’s an hour before class and an important paper is due. You grab as many friends as you can to break back into your own laptop.
The Prankster Roommate is a new puzzle hunt escape style game from Neon. Groups of 2-10 players work together over Zoom to solve the puzzles in one hour.
**Some adult language is used in this room**
Bobby Majestic is a redneck, tiger zoo owner. We satirize the real world with a colorful cast of characters.
Mystery abounds at Bobby Majestic’s Amazing Tigerland. Money is missing and everyone knows something about who took it. Can you find the culprit amongst this group of outcasts? Documentary film maker Steve Brinkman has film that shows who is the thief. But, he’s encrypted all of the video clips. Players work together to unlock all of the encrypted video to discover this offender.
Tigerland is an escape style game designed to be played with remote teams using videoconferencing technology. Players join together and communicate virtually to solve puzzles, listen to the video clips, and determine the thief. Live gamemasters check each room to provide assistance during the game. Tigerland is not a game hastily converted to online play by filming an existing escape room, it was designed from the ground up as a virtual game.
WARNING: Some videos in this game may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Player discretion is advised. Contains blood and gore.
Life hasn’t been fun since the zombies took over, but you’ve had it better than most. You live in a secure community with reasonable people. The zombies are on the outside. You and your teammates are scavengers heading out into the wider, zombie-infested world to collect things your people need like food, medicine, and fuel. As time has gone on, you’ve had to search wider and wider.
Last night, you were in an accident. You totaled your vehicle. You’re wounded and miles from home. It’s getting dark and there are zombies all around. It’s a desert region and there are few places to hide. You need to find a safe place fast.
A short way ahead, you spot an abandoned house.
The dead ones are at your heels. Get through that fence. Get inside the house. Clean your wounds and stay hidden until help arrives. Most importantly, you and your team must stay alive.
Zombie Desert is a virtual, interactive escape room designed for teams of 3-8 players. Players interact with a 3D game environment while communicating remotely over zoom.