Another large site, with some unusual-looking twists, is coming to Glasgow and opening for business on Thursday. Escape Rooms Scotland will be a javelin’s throw away from the Clyde, near the St. Enoch shopping centre and associated station on the city’s subway.
The site will be opening with two games, both with sixty-minute time limits, designed for teams of two to six and charging a flat £60 per team. That said, a third room is under construction, which will host teams of four to ten; this bigger game will attract a bigger price tag of a flat £100. The descriptions of the rooms are rather concise but easily sufficient to let you know which game you’ll want to play first. Hints will be provided when the teams appear to be stuck; teams taking three of them or fewer will be eligible for monthly and all-time leaderboards for each room.
The stakes in the Jail Break game are a little higher than in most, for A crime you did not commit has landed you on Death Row. Are you smart enough to escape before the guards return? The Zombie Quarantine room strictly applies a lower age limit of 16 and asks if you can survive the quarantine, warning that there is a real live (or, at least, undedad!) zombie in the room. If you have a group of over six and all want to play together, the room under construction for the larger groups will be the Bank Heist room, which suggests You have 60 minutes to steal the diamonds locked away in the managers office. Can you rob the bank before the manager returns?
On Facebook, the site has posted an opening offer for the Zombie Quarantine room; book by the end of September to play in October and November and your team will get to experience the zombie for just £40!