Escape Games can be addictive!
For risks and side effects better ask your blog or other enthusiasts!
Escape Roomers DE is your review website for Live Escape Games in Germany and Europe and for Remote Escape Games Worldwide!
For the most places I’ve been (and played enough Escape Rooms) I asked also my teammates, other bloggers and local enthusiasts to rank the games on my playlist. All this individual rankings result in these Ranked Playlists, which should be more plausible and fair than a single opinion about a certain game. I put a lot of effort to create the Ranked Playlists and I hope they can be a valuable source if you are planning an Escape Travel to an Escape Hotspot in Europe.
Remote Escape Games (also Live Video Escape Games or Avatar Games) are a rapidly growing offshoot of Live Escape Games that sprouted up with the onset of the Corona Pandemic. Here you play from home, and via video conferencing software (usually Zoom) you can remotely control the gamemaster, as your avatar who is in a real Escape Room and lends you his hands, eyes and ears.
Many still think a remote escape game can never be as good as a live escape game. I am not of this opinion. There are also games designed specifically for remote play, and we’ve played rooms that couldn’t have been better on location.
There are many arguments that speak for remote games. The borders disappear. Somewhere in the world there is always a provider open for us. And so we can play with our multinational team (without much effort) in places we would otherwise never visit. We are continuously working to further develop the Escape Game Map. Both, in person (800+ Escape Rooms in 12 European countries) and especially remote (400 + Escape Games in 40 countries).
Favorite Remote Escape Games – We continuously maintain a list of our favorite Remote Escape Games. The average grade is made up of the individual grades from up to 15 enthusiasts from 9 countries.
If you are interested in Online Escape Games, join our international tournaments at the EGOlympics.
Take part in a friendly competition with teams from all over the world and try to win a symbolic medal for your team / your country. The tournament usually takes place on Sunday 8.00 pm CET, but we open an additional time window of up to 24 hours before the actual start of the tournament, to allow more flexibility, especially for participants in other time zones, so that they can start at more suitable times (e.g. in Australia and New Zealand).
Partitipants – This are the nations (more than 40 countries of all continents) that participated at the EGOlympics!