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Can't fit your group in to the Enigma Room? We'll bring the Enigma Room to you!

The Enigma Room Sydney has introduced a corporate version of its 5 Star Rated (via Trip Advisor) game Dr. Disaster.

This is Australia's first portable escape-room-style experience for teams of up to 108 people. The game is easy to set up in any environment, can be set up and completed in an hour and a half and can include a breakdown of exactly how well your team performed in the game.

The game has puzzles that trigger all senses and allow individuals with different skill sets to focus on puzzles that interest them and creates a microcosm of how your team interacts on challenges that occur in the workplace.

The game is accessible to all participants regardless of skill level, mobility or language and works for between 24 and 108 players. It is structured to ensure collaboration and teamwork are highlighted throughout the game.

The Enigma Room staff will be on-hand to guide the game and will be able to offer areas of exploration for the team after the event including when they could've capitalised more with communication, observation or structure.

The Enigma Room staff will be on-hand to guide the game and will be able to offer areas of exploration for the team after the event including when they could've capitalised more with communication, observation or structure.

The game is engaging from the moment the Enigma staff greet the players, and informed they are the world's last hope for saving the world from the dubious Dr. Disaster. The Enigma Room prides itself on the involved nature of its games and their ability to help teams become more focused & collaborative.

The game can be set up in your office, in a venue you hire, or we hire for you and you can make a day out of it by including catering and a full debrief after the event.

If you're interested in booking a large game, contact us at sales@enigmaroom.com.au or call us on 0423 890 215.

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