A Unique Virtual School Trip Experience
All of our games require students to work together in their groups in order to successfully escape. Our games were created by teachers and hit many of the key curriculum expectations.
Learning While Having Fun
Our games will help students improve their communication, develop their teamwork skills, and inspire them through a fun and inclusive learning environment. Our puzzles and activities develop critical thinking skills and encourage students to use logical reasoning.
Our games are suitable for students Grade 5-12.
Book Your School Trip
School trips can be booked by calling us at (519) 746-4111. Special student pricing of $20 each is available for classes over 16 students. We also have a party room that can be reserved before or after for lunches or debriefings for up to 30 people.
Educational and Exciting Games
We can accommodate up to 100 students in our facility. You can choose from three different options for your school trip:
Up to eight people work together to complete a game.
Two groups of five to eight players will race against each other to complete a game. Each team plays for 30 minutes in separate halves of the game towards the middle door. When they finish, we reset the rooms and teams swap sides of the game to finish the battle!
Three or four groups of 6-8 people compete in a round-robin against each other.
As three groups - two groups compete head-to-head in the escape game, while the third group works on a 30-minute WhoDunnit activity. All groups rotate every 30 minutes until each has completed 60 minutes in the escape game and 30 minutes in the WhoDunnit activity.
As four groups - two groups compete head-to-head in the escape game, while the third group works on a 30-minute WhoDunnit activity and the fourth group participates in Minute-to-win-it games. All groups rotate every 30 minutes until each has completed 60 minutes in the escape game, 30 minutes in the WhoDunnit activity, and 30 minutes participating in the Minute-to-win-it games.
Teams of 2-12 people are divided evenly and split up to begin the game. Working as a team will bring the two groups back together to complete the game.