Team Building with Escape Games
Get to know your team and colleagues from a different perspective. At ZÜRICHescape we’ve had the pleasure of facilitating team building events for many companies. We are confident that our Escape Games are going to improve your team spirit as well as increase your team’s work performance.
At ZÜRICHescape up to 102 people split into 15 teams can play against each other at the same time: 12 people can play in our Escape Rooms and 90 people can play various Escape Missions in the heart of Zürich.
In case you’d you like to play an Escape Game at your team building or other event, but you’d rather play at a location of your choice, then we have the perfect solution for you: we’ll bring our award-winning portable game to you!
It’s an original and highly entertaining game that is easy to set up. Up to 200 people can play at the same time in teams of up to 5 players. During the game the teams will have to do their best to tackle all challenges ahead of their competitors in order to win the game. This includes finding clues, solving puzzles, and completing a range of fun tasks.
Team building at ZÜRICHescape is unique. To solve all the puzzles, you are definitely going to need the followings: good strategy and teamwork, good eye for detail, logic, and open communication.
Challenge your team by playing one of our many Escape Games! Please give us a call at 043 317 19 19 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for a tailored offer.
When you play our Escape Games, you:
Teamwork is at the heart of our Escape Games. Communicating an importan piece of information within a given timeframe leads you and your team to reach a common goal more quickly.
Having an open mind and a healthy dose of curiosity will help you find the right solution to each puzzle. Share the joy together when ever you crack a new code.
When you get stuck, thinking out of the box often helps. A new point of view and a fresh line of thought will produce ideas that you didn’t even know existed before.
Stimulate your grey cells and keep a cool head even under time pressure.
Remember to have fun! With a good humour and by being flexible, you can quickly get out of any dead end.
Last but not least, our “Escape Missions” and our “Portable Game” require good comprehension skills. How well do your team members understand written passages? And how accurately do they share what they had read with the other players?