1) Furniture can withstand the weight of a 100 kg man – 1 point
2) The furniture is stable, so it is difficult to turn it over (by 1 person) – 1 point
3) Throwing small parts on the floor, they do not crack or break – 1 point
4) The protruding volumetric elements of the escape room cannot be broken (by one person) – 1 point
5) Escape room props and gadgets can withstand impacts from a hard object (of a certain weight) – 1 point
6) Buttons can withstand repeated pressing with effort – 1 point
7) The coating can withstand scratches (nails or some small object from that escape room) – 1 point
8) Plexiglas does not break or push through (by 1 person) – 1 point
9) The hidden compartments cannot be opened by mechanical force (without solving the riddle) – 1 point
10) Built-in electronic escape room devices are not visible, it is impossible to find them just by a player – 1 point
Many of these tests are conducted personally by the founder of Indestroom, Alexander Girshfeld.
We thoroughly test our games for several days, identifying and fixing any shortcomings. Thanks to our many years of experience, we are constantly evolving and improving. We strive to reach new levels of quality.
At the moment, only those escape room puzzles and devices
that have scored at least 8 points according to our classifications pass the tests.
In the case of any equipment breaking down, there is a 12 month warranty. In addition, we always include additional sets of small escape room props, because some players tend to take them as “souvenirs”. Read more – how much does an escape room average cost
What anti-vandal criteria would you add to our list from your experience of equipment breakdowns?