Some fans of Escape Rooms Sydney wide have given some advice on figuring it all out.
- Explore and mess with everything. There may be hidden compartments, something hidden behind a draw, an unusual hole somewhere. Look for anything unusual.
Don’t make the mistake of adjusting power points or other fixtures. These are part of the room, and not an unusual element. Look for things that are out of place.
- Some clues are not hidden, but they stand out because they are unusual.
- When you find something that might be a clue, put it out in the open with the other clues. Physically putting the clues together many help you mentally put them together. Look for a pattern.
- Keep going. Sometimes there are dead ends, sometimes the idea that did not initially work will turn out to be right with a single modification.
- Think Out loud. Ideas that are obvious to you may not be obvious to others. The reverse is also true. The combination of ideas is more likely to lead to a solution than any one individuals efforts.
- If you find part of a solution the missing pieces may not be too hard to guess.
- Most rooms are themed. Look for clues and go with ideas that suit the theme.
The world is complex. Nobody understands every aspect of the life they live, let alone the lives of others and things beyond that. There is some frustration in this.
An escape room is different. All the pieces fit together. A small group of people can cooperate and find a solution. And for a little white that are satisfied with the achievement.