Twinwoods Adventure, which offers a range of activities from indoor skydiving to shooting and archery, has launched a suite of ‘homecation’ services. Twinwoods describes this as a new category of leisure, for those staying at home.
The first homecation service is a Morse Code Escape Room – an interactive escape room experience which is delivered by the Twinwoods Adventure team in Bedford UK, via Zoom video. The Morse Code video escape room offers a new way for friends and family to have a shared adventure and spend quality time together, without needing to physically meet in person.
To play the game, participants log into their dedicated Zoom meeting room where they collectively navigate their escape room challenge. Once logged in, participants are paired with a member of the Twinwoods team (their 'avatar'). Physically located in the escape room, the avatar responds to directions from participants to solve a series of puzzles, crack the Morse Code and successfully escape from the room.
“I believe that COVID-19 is set to spark a revolution in travel and leisure,” said Twinwoods Adventure CEO, Roy Castlemman. “By leveraging technology to deliver immersive experiences, we are reconnecting families and friends that are distributed across the world. Coronavirus has driven us apart, but technology can bring us back together again. The response has been overwhelming and we are set to double capacity over the coming weeks.”
The Morse Code escape room experience is available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with prices starting at £17.50 per experience.