The Cabin In The Woods Printable Escape Room Kit | Printable Escape Room Game | Escape Room Game | Escape Room Kit | Printable Family Game | Print and Play Escape Room Game
⏳ Gameplay: 20-30 minutes
🙋♂️ Age: 14 and up
👥 Number of players: up to 4 players
Hidden in a dark forest, The Cabin in The Woods holds secrets and mysteries that would terrify the weakhearted. Waiting for its guests every night, a small fire burns eternally in the fireplace. You're invited to step inside and try your luck. Will you see the light of dawn?
Our adventures are designed to offer 15-45 minutes of fun, based on players’ experience, skill, age and group size. For a longer experience, you can turn our games into treasure hunts by hiding the game materials around the play space and letting the players find them before starting the game or chapters.
Our recommended age is only a suggestion. Younger players may also join the fun, but with a bit of guidance from a supervisor.
👥 NUMBER OF PLAYERS
We designed the games for up to four players, but you can adapt them no matter the size of your group. Create smaller teams and print a set of game materials for each team. Add a bit of competition and let the best team escape before everyone else!
✂️ SET-UP & ADDITIONAL MATERIALS
To set-up the game, you need nothing more than paper, the provided PDF documents, a colour printer or printing service, and a pair of scissors. For all our games (except those in the KIDS section), a phone connected to the Internet is also required to check the final answer. You don’t need any locks, envelopes or special equipment. The person that sets-up the game can also join the fun!
Our adventures are perfect for parties, date nights, family dinners, classroom activities and team building activities!
📄 INCLUDED DOCUMENTS
1. A PDF file with the instructions and game materials
2. A PDF file with the walkthrough of the game and solutions
📩 FILE DELIVERY
The game files will be emailed to you within 24 hours.
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We've used mystery locks escape room puzzles a few times now. Combining the puzzles with props and making into a treasure hunt scenario works really well. Often we use two at a time so that the 'gamesmaster' can pick and choose the best puzzles