Thames & Kosmos reveals two new Exit Games

Published on: 3rd September 2018

Range kept fresh with new titles for fans of escape rooms to play at home.

Continuing to tap into the escape room trend, Thames & Kosmos has unveiled two further editions of the hugely popular and award-winning Exit: The Game series.

In each Exit Game, the team begins locked in a room and together players must solve a series of riddles and puzzles in order to unlock doors and reveal new riddles. Each correct solution brings players to another riddle and eventually, freedom. The clock is ticking, and players must solve all of the puzzles as fast as possible – the faster the team escapes the room and the fewer hints they use on the way, the more points they earn. With luck, tactics and high-quality playing materials these games are exciting until the very end.

“The response to our Exit range has been phenomenal,” commented Joanna Drage, sales director at Thames & Kosmos UK, “Players can’t get enough of the addictive game-play, so it’s important to keep the line-up fresh with new adventures and titles for escape room fans to enjoy at home.”

The two new titles are The Mysterious Museum, where players are on a trip to the Florence Natural History Museum, and must solve mysteries and find a way out; and The Sinister Mansion, where players are invited to be guests at a palatial mansion, but upon arrival, find themselves forced to take part in a macabre game and need to escape the mansion before it’s too late.


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