Breakout Games - Knoxville reviews
The facility was very clean and staff friendly. We did the train escape and were able to breakout. I would not recommend more than 4 people attempting the train due to limited space and clues. There..... more »
Breakout Escape Games was my very first escape room experience and I had SO much fun! Really helped my group bond and break the ice. We played the Clue room and it was so cool to see how they brought.... more »
What a terrific experience! As a former teacher, I was impressed at the math, critical thinking, problem solving & social skills required of all of us from school kids, their parents & adult friends & us old septuagenarians! Everybody was actively involved & everybody contributed to the solution. Great entertainment for all kinds of groups. Teachers should do it as professional development to get ideas for teaching critical thinking & problem solving.
We (4) did island adventure as a team building exercise, it was a lot of fun especially since we survived the volcano! We worked together, may have gotten some appreciation of others leadership abilities. I would offer that 4-8 participants are more than enough people more than that it would be chaotic. I would do this again, lots of fun and laughs, while gaining perspective on individuals skills.
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