Frequently asked questions
Book and cancel
Yes, you certainly can. Go to our booking page by clicking on the green button on top of this page, select the day and escape room you want to play and check the available times. Choose a time and book your escape room. You can pay immediately or after playing the escape room.
If you book an escape room with us you can pay upfront, but you don’t have to. For children’s parties and company events we offer the option to either pay at our location or pay by invoice (if requested in advance).
You can pay in advance with iDeal, PayPal or credit card. Or you can pay with cash or card at our location. For our business customers it’s possible to pay with an invoice.
Yes, you can. Due to the Corona virus you can cancel your booking at any time. We will send you a payment link for the escape room and you can play the escape room some other time. The credit remains valid indefinately.
Playing the escape rooms
Our escape rooms take about 60 minutes to play. Black Box takes 75 minutes.
We have 5 escape rooms. In 4 of these escape rooms you can play with 2-6 people. In our Black Box escape room you can play with 7-24 people at the same time.
We ask you to arrive 15 minutes before your playing time. This gives us time to explain things and for you to get ready to play the rooms.
When you play an escape room with us, you always play with your own group. You don’t play together with other people you don’t know. Do you want to play escape rooms with a big group? Then you can use our facility exclusively, including the escape rooms and our lounge.
About our escape rooms
No, our escape rooms aren’t scary. They are exciting. But our rooms aren’t designed to frighten you or have any jump scares.
Playing an escape room under the influence of alcohol or drugs is not permitted. And it’s also not much fun. Because our moderators need to focus on moderating the escape room, it’s not possible to stay in the building of your drunk or under the influence of drugs. If you arrive with someone who’s under the influence you still have to pay for them, even though they cannot play.
The price you pay depends on the escape room you play and the number of people you’re playing with. In general this ranges between 19,50 and 27,50 per person. Please check the booking page for the current price details.
You and your team are thieves who hunt for the wealth of rich people. But you do this in a very special way: by breaking into someone’s thoughts. You will find clues in the memories. Combine everything you discover and discover the secret of the main character. But make sure he doesn’t wake up!
You will receive a list of suspects. The police can only hold them for 1 hour. Will you be able to find out in time who killed Mrs. Peacock’s sister?
Board the Orient Express. Take a trip on this beautiful old train. What might start as a quiet journey soon becomes an exciting adventure!
Are you the perfect team? Only the perfect team can activate the Black Box to solve all major world problems.
Time Machine is an escape room for children. Professor Jacobs is stuck in the past. Can you manage to free him?
Escape room for kids
Yes, escape room Time Machine is specially designed for children. A Backspace supervisor is in this escape room to help the children if they get stuck. We have special hints for children for Mindcrime and Orient Express. And we watch a camera while we play, so we can help the kids get started a little at the right time.
Children can play our escape rooms from the age of 9 and up. For children under 13 years old, a parent goes with them in the room as an accompanying person or to play together.
For the Time Machine it is not necessary, because there is a game master in the room with them. But depending on the group of kids, we can ask you to join them.
However, we do ask parents to stay in the facility. We have a comfortable lounge with drinks and snacks. Here you can sit and relax while the children play an escape room.
Are the children younger than 13 years old? Then a parent goes along in the Orient or Mindcrime escape rooms. This is fun for the children, but also for the parent. Then you can experience what the children do and how much they like it.
No, you don’t. If you only go along as supervisor you don’t have to pay. You only pay when you are actively playing the escape room with them.