Our Mission To deliver an escape room experience that is genuine, authentic and of high quality.
"We want our puzzles to be intuitive, fun and overall genuine to the theme. We want people to become immersed in an extraordinary experience. Our props are mostly unique, crafted and not found in everyday life."
Our Vision To further develop the escape room industry as a genuine form of entertainment.
"We want to create an industry where Escape Rooms are not just a thing but a genuine legitimate and frequented form of entertainment... we want Escape Rooms to become a household name."
To collaborate with other genuine escape room operators to create an industry standard.
"We often get asked: 'Is your room legit?' That's a sad indictment of the industry having such varied standards. TripAdvisor is great but we think more could be done to protect first-time participants. Each bad experience detracts from the legitimacy we are trying to build for this amazing industry."
To pioneer the next generation of Escape Rooms that set the platform for licensing Hollywood content, National and International Championships and a whole new industry of employment.
"You can watch a movie or play a game on a screen but when you're in the scenario - and you see, live and breathe the reactions of your family and friends - that's what it's all about. This industry can go places where others can't."
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Andrew Ferguson Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) & Bachelor of Laws; Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
Escape Room Games Pty Ltd
Andrew Ferguson is a graduate of Deakin University who was honored to gain admission to legal practice via the Leo Cussen Center for Law in August 2013. Following a brief stint in law he opted to persue his passion - developing business and entrepreneurship.
In August 2014 he found himself in a labcoat handcuffed to a desk in Malaysia with only 45 minutes to escape his captors. After falling in love with the idea - not the handcuffs so much - he decided to bring Escape Rooms back to Australia and was delighted to see that others had already done the same.
His launch of Escape Room Games in his home town of Geelong comes with a vision to open a number of rooms across Victoria. He hopes to collaborate with other like-minded Escape Room operators to develop the Escape Room industry into a global entity that transcends culture, borders and demographic difference.