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  1. Julius Amberfield
    February 1, 2018 @ 6:32 am

    It was really nice how you enumerated the type of people that were important to be present in ann escape room team. What got my attention the most though was how you talked about the worker and that they are the type of people who constantly think about the previous clues and problems even after the team has already solved them. I actually agree with that because I know that their overthinking quality will allow us to get out because they can remember the things that we’ve done prior and use the previous ideas to solve the new problem. I will definitely look for a person like that for when we do our escape room challenge next month. Thank you!


  2. Jessica Simons
    February 1, 2018 @ 1:36 pm

    An awesome write up. I cannot choose the most important person on the list, as they all contribute in some way or the other to help their team win. I do think a finder has more uses as tracking down clues is a major part of getting out of escape rooms. A leader and a challenger, I feel can be the same person sometimes. I also think there is always that person who just doesn’t contribute anything at all, but keeps on joking around. They are highly useful to keep the morale up though.


  3. Charlie C.
    February 27, 2018 @ 10:41 pm

    Awesome description of each role. I’m trying to think what’s the most relevant? I like the challenger, prioritizing ideas is really important. But, of course, each one is essential for the team.


  4. Tammy Houston
    March 8, 2018 @ 6:48 am

    It was great how you mentioned that one of the important people that should be present in an escape room game is that finder because they are the type of people who usually find puzzle pieces and clues and determine which goes where. I have a friend that fits the description of a finder perfectly as he often stumbles upon the things that are hidden by “accident.” Since we are joining an escape room next month, maybe I should go and tag him along. Thank you for sharing!


  5. Celestia Stratheimer
    March 27, 2018 @ 11:42 pm

    It was great how you said that it is important for an escape room team to have a “Leaper” because though these people usually ignored logic and jump to conclusion, they are the ones to come up with ideas outside the box when the team runs out of ideas. I think I have a friend who thinks and behaves exactly like a “Leaper,” I will make sure to bring him along. I was planning to do some escape room activities, and I was thinking about how I can spice things up. Thank you for the suggestion!


  6. jerry
    July 3, 2018 @ 7:28 am

    Such a great content and find valuable and useful for my work too. Thanks for sharing such a helpful content.


  7. Amanda Contreras
    July 13, 2019 @ 12:41 am

    What a great post. Didn’t know it had this much. Every single position definitely contributes. Guess I’m the worker. Thanks a lot for sharing.


  8. Greg Escaper
    September 7, 2019 @ 5:46 pm

    Yes!! If a team doesn’t have these six types of players, then this team will struggle a bit to complete the escape room. I am glad that my team has all these six players, so we don’t have to worry about not finishing.


  9. Oscar Morrison
    December 23, 2019 @ 6:45 pm

    I like the idea of having someone there to come up with unusual ideas being beneficial because it can help everyone get un-stumped when there’s a dead end. My brother doesn’t hold his attention very well, so we were thinking he might not enjoy going to an escape room with us because he’d have to focus. Maybe having him come would help us look at things from different angles when we find an escape room to visit.


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