FAQs
An escape game is a real-life experience, in which the participants are locked in a room and must use the elements in the room, together with the collective knowledge of the group and their brains, to discover clues and solve puzzles in order to escape.
‘Jack the Ripper’ and the ‘Vikings’ escape rooms are built for a 60-minute game. The reception at the beginning and the chatter at the end of the game are not included in the 60 minutes, therefore your stay at our complex will be approximately 90 minutes.
ESCAPE SIGN has two escape rooms. So, if you crave another go at an escape room, you can scan our QR Code and you will get a discount on the second room (based on availability), provided there are at least 4 participants. Therefore, it is possible to participate in more than one game on the same day at our complex.
For ‘Jack the Ripper’ and the ‘Vikings’ escape room, you should arrive at the exact time of the game. Avoid delays so your game time will not be affected. In case of any delay, the game master should be informed.
‘Jack the Ripper’ escape room is a creepy, scary room. It includes chilling and frightening effects, however it is possible to modify and change the levels of fear. In order to do so, please contact the game master.
The ‘Vikings’ escape room is not as creepy as ‘Jack the Ripper’ and is suitable for the less courageous.
Private parking is provided for both rooms separately. Call 054-4570999 in order for the gates to be opened.
Both ‘Jack the Ripper’ and the ‘Vikings’ escape rooms have narrow passage ways and are therefore not suitable for disabled people in wheelchairs or the physically disabled. The rooms are also not suitable for pregnant women, or people who suffer from claustrophobia or epilepsy. The ‘Vikings’ room could be adapted to accommodate pregnant women, but it is necessary to contact the game master in order to confirm the participation of a pregnant woman. In addition, the rooms are not suitable for children under the age of 16. Adult supervision is required for any child under the age of 16.