The term “Escape Rooms” acts as a literal description depicting a multi-faceted endeavor. A team of 3 to 6 people assumes a made-up identity and gets “locked up” in a room for a predetermined amount of time after which the door “unlocks” and the game ends. The goal of the game is for the team to navigate through a live scenario that contains a complex set of events including physical and mental challenges that take place and reach the end of the story before they run out of time. Each room has its own set of rules and limitations for the players to adhere to as well as its own given time of completion ranging from 60 to 70 minutes. Escape Rooms are by definition a hard and demanding type of game that is based on reasoning and observational skills with only 30% of teams making it out of the room in time, something that contributed to the popularity of the genre.