We open new rooms every year, we currently have seven. This is quite a good number in our opinion, and yet for some reason we get the question from many, many returning teams: "Do the old rooms always remain the same, or do you change them every year so much that it is worth coming back to them if we have been there before?"
We were puzzled by the question, because every year there is a completely new room. Our oldest room, the Psychopath Murderer's Trap, was opened more than 6 years ago, and it is true that in December we moved the entire room from Kazinczy Street to our location on Erzsébet Körüt, and it received a little facelift, but the tasks remained the same. Thus, e.g. we did not recommend any of our regulars who had already played it at the old location to play it again at the new location, because they already knew the solutions, hiding places, mechanics, etc. therefore, it would not have offered anything new beyond the new image of the scenery and location.
However, the situation will be different now... Our Death Trap: Bunker course is also an older room of ours and has also moved from Kazinczi to the boulevard, but now, having received the move, we have also changed it: from the simple Bunker theme, it has become Chernobyl and the tasks are commensurate with it, quite a bit they expanded and changed. So this old-new room of ours can be worth playing again for everyone...
Nowadays, there are already many types of escape rooms, they can be grouped according to a million aspects and attributes, for example: technical solutions, theme, difficulty, target age group, type of tasks, old or new generation, location, skills required for solving... etc.
From this, we are now taking out the technical/technical rooms, on the basis of the above-mentioned new Chernobyl.
In the technical/technical rooms, you have to solve puzzles that are not elaborately formulated, you do not have to find hidden treasure, there are no magical animals, objects and tools... so you can say that it is a room with a more "serious" theme. In such rooms, typically electronic, scientific or logical tasks have to be solved. This is the case, for example, when you have to wrap fuses in a circuit board based on the obtained circuit diagram or when you have to perform chemical experiments with a pipette and other tools to reveal the next code.
Of course, these courses are not just for electricians and chemistry teachers either, since – like the other rooms – they do not require any prior knowledge or training, all information is given on the course.