One hour. You will have one hour to become a modern day scientist cracking codes from the past to save our modern world.
South Australia has a rich history of talented and innovative inventors who have contributed with significant impact to the worlds science. With Medical breakthroughs, such as the first portable electrocardiograph (Edward Thomas Both), and engineer scientific discoveries like the 'Hills Rotary Hoist Clothesline', South Australian inventors left a lasting impact on the world.
David Unaipon, was one of Australia's finest thinkers, an indigenous Australian preacher who grew up in South Australia's Coorong region, and inventor of the 'Shearing Tool'.
South Australian has also been home to several accomplished female inventors who made significant contributions in various fields. Some notable female inventors are Fiona Wood who is renown for invention of "Spray-On Skin", Lillian Dyason engineered the rotary clothes hoist and Joy Baluch who held various patents, including one for a machine that improved the safety of loading and unloading road tankers.
This escape room is designed to challenge the players' critical thinking, logic, communication skills, creativity and team work. The innovative and immersive game offers an educational approach in solving puzzles, finding clues and completing riddles within a limited time in order to accomplish the mission to save our modern world as a modern day scientist walking in the food steps of our great South Australian Thinkers.
Aimed at young adults and families a like, there will be some fun for everyone..