TIXS - Wiesbaden



Wiesbaden, Germany

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TIXS - Live escape the room games for teams of 2 to 5 that test skills, smart thinking and teamwork. Beat the clock to solve the riddles of our rooms.. 

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Capacity: 2-5

Phone: 4 922 199 983 188

Luisenstr. 8, 65185 Wiesbaden

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2 Player: 60 EUR
30 EUR / Player
3 Player: 81 EUR
27 EUR / Player
4 Player: 100 EUR
25 EUR / Player
5 Player: 115 EUR
23 EUR / Player

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Dramatic locations will inspire and immerse you. Captivating storylines will place you at the heart of colourful, compelling mysteries that only you can solve. The clock is ticking.

Room 1: Disinherited! Fortune favours the smart

Your dear, dying, filthy-rich great uncle. All those years you visited him, listened to his ramblings, his old records and his afternoon snoring, knowing that when he finally gasped his last breath, his fortune would be yours, as written in his will. Until, that is, the old fool met that ruthless young gold-digger and married her. He’s got socks older than her, but she wooed him and persuaded him to change his will. Now she is the sole heir to his estate.

In one hour, the executor comes through the door and that’s it for you – nothing to show for all your devotion but a solicitor’s bill and your great uncle’s vinyl collection of Bavarian folk music.

Step inside. The clock is ticking and your chance to reclaim your rightful inheritance has entered its final hour.

Room 2: Lost in space! All we need is the air that we breathe

Who’d have thought it, a genuine alien craft found buried beneath the city of Wiesbaden! Of course, it’s been decommissioned by the authorities, and is therefore completely safe to climb aboard and experience a genuine extra-terrestrial artefact, now on show as the city’s proudest ever exhibit.

Hang on, what’s that strange humming sound? Why has the airlock sealed itself shut? And why does the ticket office suddenly look like it’s getting smaller, and smaller, and… is that Earth? Mmm, I feel a little lightheaded, as if… as if the air is getting thinner.

The clock is ticking down, and so is the oxygen. You have one hour before the ship becomes an airless tomb floating through space, with you its final ever occupants.