You must have already heard of escape rooms, and probably more than once. It's that thing that your cousin does, or that a co-worker suggested as team-building activity, but you might still not be sure – what are escape rooms, exactly? What are they all talking about? Well, think that you're playing a game that requires you to complete a certain mission using your environment. You've probably seen such games on a computer or a smartphone: "Adventure" games, or maybe "Quests" or "Escape the Room" games. These games happen in locations full of details, in which you need to find specific items and solve mysteries and riddles that will allow you to progress, until finally you reach a solution – whether you shut down a hostile computer system, or find the Elixir of Life. Now imagine that you yourself are in this game, physically, and you only have one hour to complete the mission. Together with your friends you will enter another world, where you will need to examine your surroundings, cooperate, and eventually return to the real world, before you run out of time.
Locked escape room is a tool for personal and group coaching and empowerment