Thames & Kosmos builds on EXIT Games ‘phenomenon’ with two new titles

Thames & Kosmos is building on the “phenomenal response to its EXIT Games” with the launch of two new titles to the range.

EXIT: The Game – The Mysterious Museum and EXIT: The Game – The Sinister Mansion have both joined the best-selling line up, taking players on journeys across the globe as they solve a series of riddles and puzzles.

In each EXIT Game, the teams begin in a locked room and must solve this series of puzzles to unlock doors and reveal new riddles. Each correct solution brings players to another riddle and eventually, freedom.

But the clock is ticking and players must solve the puzzles and escape as fast as they can.

The Mystery Museum takes players on a trip to the FLorence Natural History Museum where they visit the sunken treasure of Santa Maria. However, the trip is quickly derailed by adventure, and they must solve the mysteries of the museum to get out.

The Sinister Mansion, meanwhile, invites guests to stay at a palatial mansion. However, upon arrival, players are forced to take part in a macabre game. The clock is ticking and there’s not much time to solve the puzzles.

“The response to our EXIT range has been phenomenal,” said Joanna Drage, sales director at Thames and Kosmos UK. “Players can’t get enough of the addictive game play and so it’s important to keep the line up fresh with new adventures and titles for escape room fans to enjoy at home.”

All games in the EXIT: The Game range retail at £13.50.

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