Play is a new form of team-building, a new generation of get-out and escape games with improved elements. Its tasks only require logical and associative thinking emphasizing team work besides its various other features.
Secrets Of Da Vinci
William T. Franklin, worldwide renowned archaeologist and his family were brutally murdered, their
home searched over. The police are desperately looking for the one or ones responsible for this
slaughter unaware that the threads would lead to the dim of history. Professor Franklin had been a
member of an ancient, secret organization; the knowledge of this mystic order dates back to the age
of pyramids boasting leaders during its existence like Aristotle or Newton – but its most influential
figure to date has been the renaissance genius, Leonardo da Vinci.
The professor might have died because of the centuries-old secrets of the mysterious order but his
murderers had not discovered a well-disguised room in their victim’s house. The Order sends several
of its members to the spot to get the illustrated documents locked in the professor’s safe which
might be able to determine the course of history. They might as well get to know the secrets of the
New World Order.
The luck factor is eliminated from our live role game; the codes and clues can not be found randomly.
The group of players can get to the finish by logical thinking and co-operation only.
Visitors to the Da Vinci program can form groups of 2 to 6 members while the optimal recommended
number of players being 3 to 5 persons.
No terrifying elements included, nor do masked actors appear during the game though it might
contain depressing elements. Our aim is not based on being scary.
Upon arrival the group receives instructions from operators so visitors are asked to arrive at least 5
minutes prior to the selected time of the game. Our Regulations are advised to be read beforehand.