Why teambuilding in the Escape Room?
- intensive experience in 70 minutes
- possible to play in any weather
- fun with added value for company
Just in Brainteaselava Escape Room you can compete with another team in real time. 12 players at once can play (18 since september). If there are more of you, you can play after each other (50 people/ halfday). Teams that are not playing can have a rest in nice neighbouring restaurant with 20% discount on whole menu.
A key to success is cooperation, communication in the team, concentration and especially ability to listen to your team mates
- Who is proactive and who is just an observer?
- Who would cheer others when it is not going well?
- Who is the visionary and will lead the ideas to successful end?
Also responses on these question will be found while solving mission in the escape room. Are you more than 12 or have you any special requirements(catering, psychologist analysis, ...)? Contact us
Our little group of 8 people had a lot of fun solving all the riddles ! Very creative and challenging puzzles, in English, various tasks all very well made. Our two teams could actually play simultaneously as there are two similar rooms, hence a funny competitive spirit :) Moreover the staff is super friendly and helpful! We highly recommend !
Jeremy Feller, Henkel
BrainTeaseLava escape room was our teambuilding activity where we did duel mode. It is a very good experience where one needs to apply elementary logic and investigation skills. Personal was very kind and informed us thoroughly about what we can expect. Overall game experience was really good, very nice mystery and escape to solve.
Martin Repiščák, Hawlet Packard
What skills can teambuilding in Brainteaselava help to develop?
Cooperation and communication
Even the smartest and most capable team won't be successful if it is full of individualists. Developing ideas or sharing information is the key to success. If someone finds the key immediately, but he keeps it for himself while others are hopelessly trying to find a solution, there will be trouble.
Ability to focus, to listen to others, to consider their ideas and to build your own ideas, even the seemingly far-fetched. With healthy realism, but without unconstructive criticism. What to do with an unknown object, a cipher or a map is best found out cooperating.
Both in work and in privacy, simple and clear solutions are usually the most successful ones. And ability to formulate your ideas and your plans simply and comprehensibly is usually a great benefit. Having a great mind is hardly beneficial if you cannot share your ideas with the group.
Complex analysis of a problem
Solving a task with explicit instruction is one thing. However, in reality it does not seem to occur frequently. The same applies to our game. Your task is to complete the mission and escape, but how? You have to consider all of the available objects, what are they useful for, what does the mysterious message mean. Will you be able to find out what exactly is your task and how could it be accomplished?
Situations of crisis
Everything is going your team’s way, but suddenly serious difficulties occur. In escape rooms it happens to be so called stoppage, the road that has seemed so clear suddenly disappears. There are no more clear options, or on the contrary there are too many clues to work with. Will you be able to find a leader able to distribute the tasks effectively? Or an organizer who will write down the resources, whether they have already been used or, on the other hand, could be efficient?