Welcome to Mystery Escape,
the largest “Live Escape Game” in Europe.
Your challenge is to solve the mystery and escape from the room within 60 minutes.
We will take you on a “time-travel” adventure into another century. The minute you step inside the room you will become experts, engrossed in a quest to solve the enigmas, puzzles, and mysteries before it’s too late.
Sixty minutes of pure fun and exhilaration. Don’t miss the action. Play with us, now!
New: We adapt the game challenges to your skills level
The biggest challenge of any live escape game is to balance the game’s challenges to the particular skills-level of the players.
Mystery Escape has developed a new adaptive skills level program, which includes a perfectly tailored game conception, and a set of tracking tools to give the players a perfect flow through experience, enabling an unforgettable experience whichever level you may be.
Would you like to know your game process in real time?
No problem. Mystery Escape progress management software enables us to track your team’s progress during the game in real-time. During the session, a Progress View is displayed to the players.
What They Say About Us
Twice a year, we organise a seminar between the technical teams of our partners and those of Check Point during which we systematically include a team-building exercise. This year, a choice was unanimously agreed in favour of the Mystery Escape game: “Le Mystere du Manoir”... Read More–Anthony Bali – Security Engineer - Check Point France
They therefore only discovered what the game was about during the briefing! The thoughts about the game were completely unanimous: everyone enjoyed it regardless of age, gender or country of origin... Read More–Christine Ryo - Responsible for Back-office service - Catimini
It is a very interesting game for team coaching in many ways. First of all, it is fun to play and intellectually stimulating: participants come out of the game in high spirits and a lot of enthusiasm to take back to work... Read More–Olivier Loustalan – team and managerial coach - Equipe et Development
First positive point: the novelty brought by the game. And beyond the initial surprise, because we really don’t know what is going to happen and how, we are quickly engrossed in the game, without necessarily being passionate about mysteries and enigmas, as there is a ripple effect, a fun side making us want to reach the end of the game... Read More–Laurence Levêque - team coach and team-building organiser - Ressources et Talents