Introducing the new BAC V
Just when you thought 2020 couldn't surprise you further, escape rooms are now becoming virtual game centers — where an oasis of entertainment is interacted with remotely with the ease of playing a video game.
Escape Room Techs introduces the FX201 RFID reader, more features, smaller package
The FX20 is the ultimate in escape room urgency, bringing the visual appeal to any bomb prop countdown. And this new and improved version is now easily configured directly from our Bad ASS Manager (BAM) software that comes with any Bad ASS Controller (BAC).
Patrons to your escape room will come with a certain level of expectation for each room. As an architect, however, it is up to you what you want to focus on. You can build a game room that has little ambiance or adherence to a theme.
The Bad ASS Controller you know and love introduces a new firmware upgrade that will revolutionize your escape room business. Bad ASS Controller 1.8 takes your prop management experience to epic levels with an enhanced user interface that includes intensified game experiences and all-inclusive expandability on both the audio and non-audio enabled BAC.
The challenges associated with creating a successful escape room business are often the unique draw that many entrepreneurs have for entering in the business. Often, the most important aspect of having a successful escape room business is knowing what kind of business that you plan to have.
Most escape rooms are built for adults -- the complex puzzles, questions, and subject matter usually aren’t suitable for a group of children. But the concept of an escape room can be a great form of entertainment and education for children. Escape rooms are interactive, challenging, and entertaining for adults, and with certain modifications they can be so for kids.