- Working together is a must
To successfully escape from an escape room, your team has to work together as a whole. It doesn't work if someone is hoarding all the clues and trying to piece it together on their own. Clues will be hidden all over the place and everyone will have to work together to find them, share them, and collectively decipher their meaning.
- Communication is key
You've got to communicate with each other if you're going to get out of there alive. (Only joking! Nobody dies if they fail to escape from an escape room! Or . . . do they?) You're all going to be uncovering clues and if you don't pool your collective findings and communicate the best way forward, you guys just aren't going to make it.
- Each player brings something valuable to the game
Everyone on your team has different strengths. As a team you are more valuable than the sum of your parts! You're going to need everyone to bring their unique knowledge and experience, their special eye and aptitudes, to solve the puzzles. For example, one person on your team may be killer at decoding the combination locks on lock boxes because she has a mind for math and can quickly go through all the combo permutations. Someone else on your team may quickly recognize the language patterns in a set of clues because of his killer analytical skills.
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