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How to play

Who Should Play?

designed for 18 years and over, Paralysis escape rooms can be played by a minimum of two people.

For Team Building

Work friends, University peers and many others. Contact us today for team building days and further information.

For Special Events

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Meet the man behind Paralysis Escape rooms

Damon Simms

Creator

FAQs

If your question isn’t answered here, feel free to contact us.
An escape game is a real-life experience where participants are locked in a room and must use elements of the room, the group’s collective knowledge, and wits to discover clues, solve puzzles, and escape and/or find the missing item within a set amount of time.
Yes but free to leave at any point should you wish.
You and your team will have an hour to escape.
The Paralysis escape rooms are classed as a real-life team game: locked in a room with a horror theme – the games are immersive and can be scary but we pride ourselves on delivering the right level or terror to tailor a game perfect each time.
Only members of your team or possibly staff interaction at points of the game.
The first game (Phobia) has minimum of 2 players and a maximum of 5 players.
Players must be 18 years old to play and we recommend a minimum age of 16 when accompanied by a responsible adult
As a general rule of thumb, you're going to want to dress in comfortable clothing for your escape room adventure. Some of our locations can have dust, paint flakes and other debris plus damp as part of the immersive theme. … The Best Dress Code for our Escape Room 1. Comfortable, close-toed shoes. … 2. Non-restricting pants or shorts. … 3. A breathable t-shirt or sweater. 4. Items of clothing that can get dirt/dust/water and other items on – please do not attend in your best clothes!
No. We provide lockers for phones and other items; this prevents use of lights and image taking. Taking pictures and videos is strictly prohibited
No. Careful planning and health & safety measures are carried out and Paralysis takes your safety as paramount. We pride ourselves on delivering a first class fun entertainment experience that is safe to play. Ultimately, escape rooms are a very safe form of entertainment.
Trip Advisor

  We went to visit Paralysis Escape Rooms yesterday and experienced their room Phobia. As seasoned horror fans, scare actors and escape room lovers we were very excited to see what... read more

frankieyates
12/02/2019