Virtual Escape Rooms

Live Remote Avatar Operative Experiences

What is a Virtual Escape Room?

Zombie Virtual Escape Room - Vaccine Search for the Cure

Our virtual escape rooms connect families, friends, and co-workers together online inside a face to face meetup – an online video chat (Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams – you name it). Your crew is linked up with one of our highly-trained live remote avatar operatives who is actually locked inside one of our top-rated physical brick and mortar escape room games. A live video feed from a camera mounted on your operative’s chests streams out the action in real-time to your team. You’ll see your operative’s first-person point of view and he or she will be linked up to the group chat via voice and audio to communicate back and forth with the whole team – receiving instructions, describing what is seen, and carrying out your commands.  Escape Experience operates its virtual escape rooms out of its two downtown locations in Nashville and in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Here’s how it works:
Connect to the Zoom (or another preferred video conferencing service) meeting using the connection link we email you. An Escape Experience game host will join your meeting at your scheduled game time and send everyone a link to access your virtual games inventory system (this is where the 3D spherical images and clue items will appear). Next, your game host will explain the rules and objectives and then connect you with your live remote operative already locked inside the room you will be playing in. Finally, the clock starts counting down, and the game begins as you play, work, and laugh your way throughout the whole experience.

Do you have what it takes to accomplish the mission and lead your remote operative to freedom?

$225 Per Experience +tax | Up To 10 Players Per Game

We can accommodate groups of up to 500+. Larger groups will be split into teams of 8 – 10.

How does the centralized virtual game inventory system work?
The clock is ticking as you attempt to command your live remote operate to explore each space he enters. 3D spherical imagery of each physical room is transmitted to a centralized game inventory system that together each player views and explores in their web browsers. As you and your team experience the physical world from your operative’s perspective, you’ll unlock new rooms, lead your operative forward, and together find new items that will ultimately bring you closer to your goal. Each time your operative enters a new space, new 3D spherical imagery is sent and new photos of each new item you find also appear. Your team can inspect these items together, and in some cases, even move these items virtually to solve puzzles or determine their meaning and use. In doing so, each player works together to provide instructions to their operative and ultimately lead him or her to accomplish their mission and escape the room.

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The virtual escape room experience concept was first introduced during the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020 and born out of two common needs. First, the need for people to connect with the family and friends they love (in NYC, LA, the UK, etc.) during the government-mandated city/state lockdowns. Secondly, the financial need of escape room company owners to stay in business while no one is traveling. Escape Experience was the first company (that we know of) to introduce the virtual escape room game concept with both a live remote operative and 3D spherical imagery. The first remote virtual escape room game was played on a Sunday, March 29th, 2020 by three brothers spread across the globe in Boston – MA (USA), Nashville – TN (USA), and Sapporo, Japan. The game played was Vaccine: Search for the Cure and it was streamed out of Escape Experience’s Chattanooga, Tennessee location.