Rent a room box
Complete the following steps to reserve an escape room box:
1) Reserve / book the room rental
Verify that the room box is available for your desired date. Secure the booking first!
Utah - Pleasant Grove
Tami or Adam
up to 10 rental boxes available
Utah - Vernal
up to 6 rental boxes available
2) Payment options:
2. Purchase rental on this site using PayPal or
3. Use email PayPal payment to or
4. Submit a check before the rental or at time of rental pickup or
5. Pay cash at time of rental pickup
3) Prepare for your escape activity
1. Download the activity announcement (below), edit, print and distribute (or make your own)
2. Send reminders the week of the the activity. Build up the escape adventure. They will enjoy it!
3. Download the orientation presentation (below) and arrange to show at the activity just prior to the escape
4. Prepare for a good time!
Invitation flyer - full sheet
Edit and print
Invitation handouts - half sheets
Edit and print.
Orientation Presentation - with QR code hint system
4) Setting up the room
Setting up each room takes about 15 minutes including moving tables and chairs.
The room box includes everything you need to setup the escape room for your family or church group:
Room box with all components, locks, puzzles, items for the escape room
One-page answer sheet
How many room boxes do I need?
The ideal number of players in the room is 5 or 6. The maximum number we recommend for a room is 8. If there are more than 8 in the room, players become disinterested, disengaged and even distracting.
Operating multiple rooms at the same time adds to the escape thrill. Not only are the players racing against the 60 minute timer, but also the other reams. Rent an extra room for the adult advisors!
Can I play the room if I set it up?
Yes, with a few limitations. The person setting up the room hides a few items within the room during setup. The person setting up the room would need to stay quiet regarding those items during room play. All other aspects of the game can be played with no limitation.
Monitoring the room play
The 'brick and mortar' escape rooms utilize a gamemaster or monitor with the role of host, watching the group, providing hints and troubleshooting problems during game play. Usually, the monitor watches the players using security cameras in a control room. With a mobile room, it is a challenge to monitor the room without an elaborate setup.
We came up with an innovative way for the group to obtain hints on their own. The room includes QRcodes on each puzzle and near each lock. When players are stuck, they simply scan the QRcode on the item for a hint. More is explained in the setup manual and orientation presentation. It is recommended that at least one person still monitor the room(s) for youth groups with the one page answer sheet in the event that an item doesn't work or the group gets stuck.
The rental of the Mission: Apartment Breakout is available in select areas.
Cost of rental: $25 per box