There’s a good reason escape rooms have exploded in popularity over the past few years. The fully themed environments transport guests to another world. They must work together to solve the puzzles to complete the objective in order to “escape.” Escape rooms deliver memorable experiences that customers can’t get at home, and this kind of experience is exactly what you want to provide.
These attractions help you reach an entirely new demographic. As a family entertainment center (FEC) owner, you can attract a new segment of the young adult market that may not have visited your facility in the past. When these new guests come in for your escape room, they’ll likely stick around afterward and spend money at your other profit centers: bowling, laser tag, restaurant, etc. Keep reading to learn how Infinite Escapes can help you capture this market.
The Customer Experience Matters: Learn how to maximize the escape room experience
Inventor's WorkshopRichard Worthington, a renowned inventor, passed away last night. He was a brilliant man who dedicated his life to helping the people in his little corner of London. When his wife died 2 years ago, everything changed and he became distant and paranoid.
During this period of mental isolation, one thing remained constant: his respect for your team of detectives. In fact, he thought each of you were equal to his own intellect.
Near the end, he became consumed by the fear of dying. He didn’t want his years of work and creations to fall into the wrongs hands. He thought all of you were very capable of continuing his own work. But in order to do so, you must find his will before the bank arrives to seize control.
They are on the way, so your time is limited. Worthington was a curious man with a wild imagination, so you’ll find many peculiar items.
Please, don’t let his amazing inventions get in the wrong hands.
Pharaoh's RevengeWelcome to the hot sands of the Egyptian desert. You’re part of a large archeological dig team that’s looking for lost artifacts near the Valley of the Kings. Your team has been using an old stone structure as a field office to run the operation, which started nearly 4 months ago. During that time, your team found nothing...until last night.
Just before dusk, a large stash of ancient artifacts was discovered. Instead of starting the morning by examining and cataloging the artifacts, you drew the short straw and had to make a routine supply run into town.
Upon your return, you realize something went terribly wrong. The other members who stayed behind at the dig site are lying outside of the field office, barely conscious and near death. Now it’s up to you to figure out what caused this sickness and help the team before it’s too late.
Your fellow archaeologists are barely holding on, so your time inside the field office is limited. They are all counting on you, so get to work.
MaydayYou and the other passengers are thrilled to embark on a submarine adventure to exotic locales around the world. During your private tour of the bridge, the jovial captain calls on the video monitor to welcome you. His joy quickly turns to frustration as one of the systems malfunctions.
His frustration then turns to fear as he realizes his first mate is locked outside the bridge, unable to initiate the safety sequence. Now it's up to you and your fellow passengers to close all the water-tight doors on the submarine.
If you fail, the vessel will take on freezing cold water and sink to the bottom of the ocean. The freezing water has already cut off communication with the captain, so you’re on your own.
The clock is ticking. Work together and seal the doors before your vessel is claimed by the ocean.
SingularityIn the far reaches of space, there is so much that remains undiscovered. Your team is on a mission to explore the galaxy when you receive a distress signal from a research vessel.
Upon arrival, you discover the research vessel is empty. You find the video logs from Lieutenant Cruise, the commander of the vessel, but some important pieces of the story are missing. That's when Asteria, the artificial intelligence unit for the ship, intervenes.
Asteria needs your help to replace her power core because without it, the ship will not be able to support human life. But something isn't right. Where is the crew? Why was the distress signal sent out? Before you can get these answers, you must help Asteria replace the core in order to save your own life.
Our Escape Rooms
Other options on the market exist on two ends of the spectrum: do-it-yourself (DIY) escape rooms and full franchises. DIY rooms typically have basic themes, second-hand furniture, and lots of padlocks for puzzles. There’s nothing wrong with padlocks, as they have their place in certain rooms. But you have to give your guests more than just padlocks if you want them to come back . On the other hand, franchises require unnecessary franchise fees and royalties. This means you pay for the privilege of giving away a chunk of your revenue.
Neither of these models work well for family entertainment centers, which is where our rooms come into play – pun intended! We deliver turnkey, fully themed escape room experiences. Your guests get a room that’s better than a franchise, and you don’t have to pay the extra fees. You keep all the money you make. Our immersive rooms create a far better experience than any DIY room because we focus on theme-appropriate, Gen 3 puzzles. These puzzles create the unforgettable “WOW” moments throughout the entire experience, not just one grand finale piece.
If you’re set on building your own DIY escape room, we can still help. We sell props, puzzles, and parts for escape rooms on Creative Prop Shop. Click the link to browse our selections and shop today.
Why should you choose us? Anyone can buy furniture pieces and throw padlocks on drawers and compartments. If you want to go this simplistic do-it-yourself route, our turnkey escape rooms are probably not the choice for you (but you can browse our online store). If you want to raise the bar for escape rooms and give your guests more than just padlocks, let’s talk! Every Infinite Escapes attraction is fully themed with custom props and decor that are fabricated in-house and can’t be replicated by your competitors.
Samples Of Our Work
Frequently Asked Questions
- How much space do I need for an escape room? Our escape rooms are flexible enough to fit just about any size or shape space. You need 300-500 square feet for a single room experience, but with larger spaces we can install multiple rooms or even entire facilities.
- What themes are available? Even though this is a new attraction, we already have multiple themes available, and more coming soon. Plus we can do custom theming for a truly unique experience.
- How much does an escape room cost? This is impossible to answer without knowing more. Every project is unique, so the cost will depend on the size of the space, height of the ceiling, amount of theme work, number of puzzles, and a number of other factors. Request a quote so we can learn more about your project and we can put together a proposal that fits your needs and budget.