20 Gifts for Kids and Adults Who Love Escape Games

The escape game craze has hit our family. After a birthday trip to a local escape room, we’ve been all about these amazingly fun experiences. It’s too pricey to frequently do a full escape room, but there are ways to enjoy some escape room fun.

If you have kids or adults who love escape rooms on your gift list this year, here are twenty great gift options for them.

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Spin Master Games – Escape the Room Games

This Escape the Room Game set comes with a Chrono Decoder to help you check game solutions and four separate escape games that each have a timer set for sixty minutes. It’s a great set for a party.

If you’re looking for a game that younger players can be a part of, this game is for ages 13 and up. Suggestions for music and costumes can be found on the website and used to make the game an immersive experience.

This group game includes 19 different puzzles that must be solved within an hour… or you’ll turn into werewolves! This game is rated for ages 13 and up, and it can be connected with your Alexa device for more fun.

It’s the classic mystery on the Orient Express. Up to four players, ages 12 and up can play. Everything you need is included in the box. No apps or outside equipment is needed.

This game is for ages 18 and up and is a combination of an escape room and interactive computer game. There is a corresponding app, and the game uses real objects and materials. With this game, you can print additional materials for extra players at no cost.

Looking for a unique escape experience for one? This book by Ivan Tapia is filled with puzzles that guide the reader through a labyrinth and through completing the book.

This game for ages 12 and up is a card game, so it’s easy to use on the go- think family vacations. Players must find four secret devices, and the fate of London is in their hands!

With this sixty-card deck and accompanying app, players have one hour explore a tropical island and solve puzzles. The app gives clues that the players need to solve before time runs out. 

Identity Games Escape Room The Game: Virtual Reality Expansion Pack Edition

This expansion pack that goes along with the Escape the Room game above includes virtual reality glasses that can be used with your smartphone as well as two brand new escape games to solve.

This is another escape type game that can be used individually. The book has over 63 riddles. Readers enter the correct answers online and receive keys that allow them to continue on the way.

Survive The F5 – Escape Room: An Escape Room Book Adventure by Paper Escapes

This escape room book by author Jesse Cruz can be used by one or two players. Readers move through the book in a choose-your-own-adventure style. Games typically take sixty minutes to complete.
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In this game teams of 2-4 players try to send secret codes that can be decoded by their team members but not by the opposing team. The game is for ages 12 and up.
This board game is for ages 16 and up and contains five crime cases for players to solve. Players can use all the information given to them to break the case. Additional crime cases can be downloaded for free.
This game which contains seven different challenges can be played by ages 6 and up, making this one that the whole family can play together. The team has to set the captured player free before time runs out!
This is another game that the younger family members can help with. There are twelve mazes that must be solved in order to pick the lock and be free. The game is recommended for ages 4 and up.
This family dice game is recommended for ages 8 and up. Players must break free from the temple by rolling the dice. There is even a soundtrack that can be played during the game to make the experience more immersive.
In this cooperative game, a crime has been committed at Warwick Manor and players have to work together to find the culprit. The game is recommended for ages 10 and up.

This game is for ages 10 and up and has two different difficulty levels. Players are part of a television show and must survive the challenges given to them. There are twenty-five rooms and limited time to escape.
This game for ages 7 and up has four different levels and sixty different challenges. Using logic and critical thinking, players navigate their Adventurer out of the temple.
This dice game is a cooperative game for ages 8 and up and for 2-4 players. Players need to escape a city full of zombies and collect what they need to start the van and get away. There is a soundtrack to be played that makes the game more immersive.
These gifts will keep the kids and adults from your gift list solving puzzles and having fun throughout the year.

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