You are not only a group of detectives trapped in a room full of clues, you are also the key to leave the room. It’s only up to you to build your team and succeed, all together, to solve the mystery. You only have 60 minutes. Will you get out on time?
The Live Escape Game GetOut ! Liege is done to test your skills to the cohesion and team play . During this breakout game scale , your detective insight and your team are your best allies to leave the room full of clues. To leave the room within 60 minutes have elapsed , it is necessary to build a strong team. Take the clues available , analyze them and put them in touch . From the perspective of each and every inspector 's opinion gradually emerge the key to the puzzle . The success of your investigation comes from the multitude of clues around you, but also from your spirit of cohesion during the game to understand the meaning and relationship of each clue.
A scenario worthy of the best thrillers takes you into a room ... where you are locked . You are 3-6 people , now detectives, who must use their ability to act as a cohesive team and to unravel the mysteries of clues left . If only one team on both solves the plot, it is also because of the stress situation in which you need to act . The master of the game is outside of the team room and sees all, hears all . It has the ability to interact with you, you provide advice , but will he do?Your only certainty from the beginning to the end of the game is the countdown 60 minutes. It is little given the magnitude of this puzzle. Will you make it in time?
Get Out is the perfect recreational game team to test . This team building activity is the best choice for an original business seminar, a business group focused on cohesion or an activity with your friends.
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