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Creature Of The Year

The classroom and a dark, evil twist, oh my!

The Cell Block

Time to escape Alcatraz. Cuff ’em boys.

The Warden’s Ruse

Hello, Warden Shaw.

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[CELL BLOCK AND WARDEN’S RUSE]

*2-HOUR ESCAPE*

Play both Alcatraz-themed rooms in a seamless 2-hour escape!

[CELL BLOCK VS. WARDEN’S RUSE]

*COMPETITION*

There is only ONE key to escape.

Which team will win?

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4 Tips to Conquer Our Escape Rooms

Ready to break record times? After watching hundreds of groups, we compiled our favorite tips and tricks. Take 1-minute to read the best tips from Cluemaster Escape Rooms (Gilbert, Arizona).

1) Check Every Square Inch

  • The first order of business when entering an escape room is to thoroughly examine the room to take inventory of the clues and tools available to you.
  • Rigorously examine all props, including drawers and cabinets. Some groups get stuck because an open drawer was left unnoticed.
  • Look high, low, under, above, inside, and out.
  • Keep mental notes of clue locations, and pay attention to any oddities about the room.
  • As you take inventory of the room, don’t assume two props go together. Instead of trying to force two clues together, try to keep an eye on the larger picture.

2) Communicate

  • Alert the group of any impediments, and note the style (ex: 3-digit lock,  puzzle, password needed, riddle). Finding clues becomes easier after understanding what needs to be solved.
  • If you solve a puzzle, let everyone know and tell them how you did it.
  • Say your ‘stupid’ ideas. We have had teams avoid weird ideas – only to find out it was correct.
  • Keep everyone involved and stay working as a team. Groups can splinter into smaller cliques, it’s a great way to multitask; however, be sure to communicate between groups.
  • Understand how group size affects communication. Smaller groups (ex: 4) have an easier time communicating. With larger groups, there can be a lot more distraction and noise.

3) Stay Organized

  • The larger the group, the more organization matters. All players should be ‘in the know’ of what is happening.
  • Place blatantly obvious clues together so they can be easily accessed or ordered.
  • Use a discard pile to keep old clues apart from active game props.
  • Props are only used once so once you use it, it is done – unless otherwise noted.
  • Keep your incorrect guesses organized to avoid regurgitating wrong ways to solve the puzzle.

4) Use Your Hints

  • You’re allowed to get hints – use them. Don’t wait until it’s too late.
  • Understanding when the group is stuck is crucial. The best groups understand when they are stumped, get a small hint, then BAM! they’re back into it.

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