So this is actually a very difficult article to write! I want to let everyone know about an experience I had at Americas Escape Game Orlando, but don’t want to give away all of the details! While not necessarily something that I did with my immediate family, my Rollins Crummer Crew wanted to have a unique social outing combined with a team building exercise. We meet quite often for school projects, and my Crummer Crew family has quickly become my support system as well as valued friends. I consider each one of them family so why not write about this pretty awesome experience on my family oriented website?
So just a bit of background before I jump right into the review of Americas Escape Game Orlando. You may have already guessed I’m a graduate student and spend just as much time with my school family as my wife and little guys. We’re all extremely smart people and work very well together. Each of us brings a unique perspective to our team dynamic! I could easily consider them a group of people I wouldn’t mind getting stuck on a deserted island with. So with that being said, I reached out to Americas Escape Game Orlando to do just that! Well not so much an island, but managed to get locked in a room together. We arranged for a chance to play in exchange for an honest review and write up.
Ok, so we didn’t really lock ourselves in a room (that’s technically against the law in Florida to lock someone in a room, even if they are OK with it), but we did voluntarily jump into Americas Escape Game Orlando to try our hand at the “Caretaker” room. I went into this experience with very few preconceived notions about what an escape room or escape game was. I was amazed at just how much fun and excitement we had while trying to figure our way out! The main point of Americas Escape Room Orlando is to be immersed in a room where you need to complete puzzles in order to work your way through a storyline. You have specific goals as well as a time limit. There are multiple rooms to choose from depending on the number of people in your party as well as difficulty level.