Escape Game + Digital Investigation
01 The Concept
Escape Game + digital investigation.
Each team, or “squad”, gathers around a table. On the latter, a mysterious briefcase and a tablet… And off they go: the teams start racing against the clock, facing different challenges — revolving around digital transformation — which will help them solve the investigation.
02 General Information
03 The Pitch
Bill Jobs is the mentor of 4 “Almost Superheroes”, our famous E-Vengers.
Bill Jobs is strong, he’s mighty, he’s mysterious — yes, well, he’s also been kidnapped by MegaLowMan, a villain whose evil plan is to counter the advance of digital technology.
Your mission: to open the briefcase and unlock the boxes it contains to finally get to Bill Job’s ring — the famous “YouManRing”.
Before the game starts, our Game Masters will explain the concept of the game and show the participants how to use the tablet. All players must be gathered in the same location.
Advice: We recommended you set up the teams ahead of time.
Upon arriving at their game table, the teams take possession of a tablet and a briefcase. They now have 75 minutes to get to the YouManRing hidden in the last box inside the briefcase. At each level, one of our “Almost Superheroes” will help them in their quest.
To find Bill Jobs, the players must first find his ring; will the teams be able to meet the challenge of the E-Vengers?
Once the investigation is completed, the debriefing phase concludes the activity.
During the game, the participants were asked to get creative during photo- and video-based challenges.
It’s now time to watch them together!
Last but not least, points are awarded — and the winners are duly celebrated.
Note: A more serious and analytical debriefing is also available upon request.
04 In Immersion
You are now immersed in the game tablet
Because of its concept, the EscapeBox is one of UrbanGaming’s most mysterious games.
You didn’t think we were going to reveal some of the content? 🙂
We are waiting for you on D-Day to reveal the contents of Bill Jobs’ briefcase