Escape room business numbers numerous quest rooms which originates in “factories”. Abandoned factories, colonial manufactories, robotics plants... But this room is far from being trivial – basically because it’s all about a fascinating chocolate factory, and even… time travelling! How many difficulties do you have to overcome just to produce the most valuable and desired bar of chocolate in the world...
It may seem that our escape room business plan products are some kind of template work on popular themes and motives. The analogy with the "Chocolate Factory" movie and Willy Wonka seem obvious... But not in this quest room, which has its unique plot line and exciting walkthrough. By the way, this room is able to enthrall children not only with its bright and "tasty" decorations but with vivid exciting puzzles too!
Genre – Fantasy
Option number 1 (Full):
Number of puzzles – 20
Including electronic – 12
Number of rooms – 4
Total Area – 45-50 m2
Players – 2-8
Option number 2 (Reduced):
Number of puzzles – 15
Including electronic – 9
Number of rooms – 43
Total Area – 35-40 m2
Players – 2-6
Package "Scenario" Sweet Factory
Price: $1 500 (F); $1 200 (R)
The "Scenario" package includes:
•Introductory story of the room - A brief story for immersing players in the room atmosphere, telling: who are they? What should they do? and why? Helps players to fully immerse themselves in game and motivate them.
•Synopsis - Brief description of sory. Can be used as an advertising text.
•Scenario - The full chain of puzzles
•Visual chain - A look at escape room from the player's side, a schematic display of escape room.
Note in the commentary the option that you want to order:Full (F) or Reduced (R)
•All the necessary drawings for the independent construction of the room (Plans for the reconstruction of premises, electrical wiring, design, drawings of non-standard devices and much more)
Support during the month, gives you the opportunity to show the project to everyone who will work with it (technicians, programmers, masters, etc. and to figure out for yourself), and also to ask all questions that may arise.
Note in the commentary the option that you want to order: Full (F) or Reduced (R)