A Virtual Disney Escape Room – Escaping Epcot

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We designed our second virtual escape room called “Escaping Epcot”. You fell asleep in the American Adventure pavilion and wake up to a closed and empty park. You need to find a way out by following clues and completing different tasks. We set the escape room up as a Google Form with pictures, graphics, and clues included.

You can play the Escape Room here, or read below for a few more details!

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This Escape Room is tailored towards teens and adults. Preteens could play with help from an adult, or by using the hints. The game time is between 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on age of participants. All the clues are provided in the game, you will not need to Google any answers.

If you are looking for an easier escape room, try out “Escaping Magic Kingdom” first.

Escaping Epcot Escape Room

During this game, you’ll go through different scenarios. Your first task is to find the phone extension using a series of hidden details. From there, you’ll travel through different pavilions until you can activate the boat to get out of the park. Below is an example of one of the clues.

Epcot Escape Room

This Escape Room is completely free to use. If you want to use it for an event, please contact themouselets@gmail.com to set up how to use it free of charge. Good luck escaping!

How to Play With a Group Virtually

If you want to play with a group virtually, we recommend using Zoom. Breakout rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting in up to 50 separate sessions. The meeting host can choose to split the participants of the meeting into these separate sessions automatically or manually, and can switch between sessions at any time. One participant in each breakout room can share their screen while the group works together to solve the clues.

At any time, the group can return to the main meeting to check in with the host and ask questions.

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2 Comments

  1. Jay says:

    This is awesome! Looking forward to it. How many people can play at once, or as one group together in a room, would you think?

    1. The Mouselets says:

      I think a group of 4-6 would be the maximum size!

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