Exit Oulu room escape games – Welcome!
Let’s play a game… you have 60 minutes, can you escape?
Exit escape games is the biggest real-life room escape game in Oulu. The players are locked in a room, from which they have to escape by solving riddles, puzzles and challenges. They have 60 minutes. Escaping requires team work, clever minds and logic skills.
Escape games are for everyone who’s 12 years old or older. The recommended team-size is 4-6 players. The game can also be played by a smaller group, but it is a bit more challenging. Games are played best with friends or family, or as a team building event for workmates. Since it motivates players to engage in strong teamwork to reach a common goal in a unique and uniting way, it is a great activity for improving team building and group dynamics.
Exit Oulu escape games were opened in august 2015 at downtown Oulu. Prison Break, Murder in the Mansion and Professors puzzle have troubled thousands of players and they can be called classics. New location with three new games opened in December 2016. The Bomb, The Trap and The Cursed temple have taken escape games to the next level and are the most popular games in Oulu.
The difficulty level of each game is declared below the descriptions. The more keys, the more challenge !
Difficulty level 3/5 :
Welcome to infamous Riker’s Island prison in Bronx, New york. Only a few have managed to escape this place. Now its your turn to try…
Murder in the Mansion
Who murdered lady Lou Lou? It is year 1933 in the town of Chesterfield, England. Prosperous lady Lou Lou is found murdered in his home. Your task is to solve this Agatha Christie -style mysterious murder.
Eccentric professor Ykskivi has built yet another invention. Now it is very important to get it working immediately. Unfortunately he has forgotten how it is done! Can you help poor professor?
Professor’s puzzle is only revised, not a completely new escape room. So if you have played the earlier version recently, we don’t recommend this game to you as the game experience might suffer.
I want to a play game – You have been chosen, because you did not appreciate your secure life enough. If you will survive this, you will be grateful for everyday…
In the year 1977 Her majestics secret service captured a coded message from sovien union, that revealed a double agent deep within the british intelligence. Unfortunately prior to capture, he managed to place a bomb in the intelligence headquarter. If the bomb explodes, it might turn the cold war between east and west in to a real and savage world war.
The Cursed Temple
Thousands of years ago, deep in the amazon rainforest lived an infernal beast, B’ak’tun. Ancient gods destroyed the beast and hide his source of power, the crystal skull, in a hidden temple. Your team of archeologists have traced the temple, but beware, the one who tries to steal the crystal skull, will never leave the temple.
The Wizard’s Legacy
The magic wand of the great wizard Smultron may give huge power to its holder. He has hidden the wand into a cottage on the edge of the forbidden forest, surrounded by strong magic to prevent the wand from getting into the hands of evil forces. Find the cottage, break the protecting magic and bring the wand to a safe place in time.
Exit Oulu Rotuaari (Kirkkokatu 17)
Please note that we don’t recommend Rotuaari games for players under 15 years. Also we recommend that maximum size of teams is 5 persons.
The games are the same as when ran under Mysteeri Oulu.
Opening offer! All Rotuaari games -20%. Offer valid until 26.4.2018.
Larry Becker, a hardy NJPD crime detective found himself in dire situation. At first it seemed to be a routine gig, but things got soon from bad to worse. Larry was on stake-out on the most notorious gangster group of New Jersey when he was taken by surprise and thrown in an old harbour storage. Nobody knows where he is. Only way to save Larry is to deliver his documents of the case to his colleagues in NJPD homicide department. Problem is that Larry, true to his manners, has hidden all the documents in his apartment behind many locks.
Some people collect coins, other stamps and then those who collect emptiness. At least this is what a collector known on web forums as “Blank” likes to tell about himself. When other users of the forum question his motives and object of his passion, once so active discusser stops conversations alltogether. You might be the only one to whom he is speaking anymore. When you ask how a collection of empty looks like, to much of a surprise he invites you to see it. There is no coming back… How much emptiness can a single collector keep?