FREE escape room at home adventure available (quantities limited)

Hey, looking for something to do this weekend? Our friends at The Escape Game have teamed up with us to offer a great FREE experience. You can try the first episode in their at home escape room series:


Chasing Hahn: The Heist Volume 1

You’re a Special Agent, fresh out of training, who’s been assigned to the case of Vincent Hahn – an internationally infamous art thief. With the help of your Intelligence Agent, you must use your wits to uncover Hahn’s true identity, connect him to his past crimes, and track him down before another priceless piece goes missing!

We have played this one earlier and reviewed it here on the blog – the online version has all of the required components available online. You can even play it remotely with friends (that’s what we did) – using Zoom, Teams, Meet, Skype, or other videochat service, and sharing a screen as needed… or with our code, each player could download their own version…

For more information on the games – Online Escape Room – The Escape Game Unlocked

The game normally retails for $10, which is a really good price for a one-hour adventure, but with our special code, you can activate an account and get this first installment for free.

Players will go to https://TEGUnlocked.com and enter “OpinionatedGamers” as the activation code. Once logged in they will have free access to Unlocked Volume 1: Chasing Hahn.

This offer is limited to the first 500 uses of the code, so act quickly :)

We have had a lot of fun with this series of at-home games, and while they’re not a replacement for their awesome in-person escape rooms (more here and here and here ), they’re a great experience in the home and socially distant setting, and it’s great that they can be done remotely with people from all over!

Until your next appointment,

The Gaming Doctor

About Dale Yu

Dale Yu is the Editor of the Opinionated Gamers. He can occasionally be found working as a volunteer administrator for BoardGameGeek, and he previously wrote for BoardGame News.
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