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Tips from Escape Room Employees!

Who better to ask for tips about escape rooms then people who run escapes every day?!  Our team has seen thousands of people attempt our rooms and therefore has seen people make all the mistakes!  When I asked a few of them what their top tips were, in regards to playing escape rooms, this was what they said: “My biggest tip is to try everything (unless it involves breaking something)!  If somebody in your group has an idea, give it a shot before moving on, it could be exactly what you need.  It also helps to try a few different things before putting something down.  I see a lot of groups come really close to solving something and give up before they finish!”  -Aaron, Escape Coordinator “Try to think like the escape room designer!  We want you to succeed, so we often include subtle hints to guide you in the

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Our Newest Room!

Happy New Year from all of us at Exodus! It’s 2019, and we cannot wait for everything the year has in store for us… not to mention everything we have in store for you. What does that mean? Well reader, here’s the big news… we have a new room! That’s right, we snuck it in under the wire, subbed it in just at the end of 2018. Now the bad boy is out from under its watery veil, and we want you to be our new recruit. As a few of you will have guessed from the awkward nautical references above… it’s a submarine room!  We call it SUBmerged, and it's currently docked at our Anaheim location. In the game, the players take on the role of the crew of a research submarine (yes there is a Captain’s coat, yes someone gets to wear it. Please don’t fight over it
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What Makes Us Thankful

What makes us thankful? In the world of Room Escape often it’s the little things. A group playing one of our rooms and telling us how much they enjoyed it… a fun day in the control booth… just generally feeling fulfilled by the strange and wonderful work we get to do. Other days it’s the big things. With the wildfires in California leading up to Thanksgiving, we’re thankful our employees are safe, thankful our places of business survived, and thankful for the tireless work of the brave people in the emergency services that protected us and our families in these scariest of times.  What’s interesting is that, in turn, these larger concerns make us thankful that we continue to experience the other little things that got us through the day previously. One of the survivors from Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger’s ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ said in a TED talk that, following the
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