Escape the Virtual Mob is a 1920’s themed online escape room experience designed to motivate, engage, and above all entertain. Teams must compete against the clock to complete a variety of escape room style challenges in this captivating online environment.
Escape the Mob is a totally inclusive and highly engaging team bonding activity. With a limited amount of time, a competitive theme, and a variety of challenges including photo, video, cryptic questions, and theatrical performances, players must collaborate and apply different skill sets to ultimately discover the jewels and Escape the Mob.
If your team can work out who stole the diamonds, then they’ve succeeded. Guided by the Go Team app, teams complete escape room style challenges and puzzles in order to gain clues, build their alibi and determine exactly what time they were at each place on the night of the robbery. The winning team is the one with the most points. This highly interactive online experience encourages participants to combine their communication, collaborative and problem-solving skills.
Each participant is invited to the activity with a QR code and clear instructions on how to download the App and enter the game. Participants connect using video conferencing and are welcomed by the event facilitator.
00:03-00:05 teams connect
Participants form teams and learn how they can communicate in breakout groups using video conferencing and via the app itself.
Teams watch a short video that tells them about a heist and how they are implicated.They learn that they must create an alibi to clear their names and ultimately Escape the Mob.
00:08-00:10 team dress up and selfie
Teams are tasked to find anything in their house that is ‘mobster or 1930’s’ to dress up in and take a team selfie.
00:10-01:10 Challenge 1 – 16
Guided by the Go Team app, teams complete a series of code-breaking, riddles, photo, and sound challenges. They enter their answers into the app which are scored in real-time.
01:10-01:15 Wrap Up
Having completed the challenges successfully. The facilitator leads groups through an optional debrief, exploring lessons learned from the activity in relation to soft skills that are essential for remote team building.