Enter the wizarding world and use your wits and logic to rescue the Headmaster and the school from a rogue spell! This escape room adventure is for kids, families and adults! Solve hands-on, creative clues using what you discover on the wall, the floor and in envelopes you open as the game progresses. Recommended for ages 8+, with hints and detailed included to help younger players and make game play stress-free. Ideal for up to 7 players. Larger groups, just print another copy. Game play is about 60 minutes. If you’re looking for an enchanted escape room sure to enspell players with a magical adventure, this is it!
You just arrived at your first year of wizard school. During a Dark Arts Defense class spell demonstration, the Headmaster suddenly appears but is in the path of the spell! The locomoto petrificus spell traps him somewhere on school grounds! Even worse, if the spell is not reversed within one hour, it will explode and destroy the school! You see a scrap of paper and a letter from an owl on the floor. Can you find the Headmaster and create a wand that has the power to break the spell? The hour is running out!
What do you need?
Envelopes to hold clues (or you can fold the clues closed)
A pdf with the Escape Room, Setup Instructions, Hints, Detailed Solutions, and Lockmaster answer key. Setup will take about 15 minutes, it's that easy!
First time player? Check out this quick video on Setup and How to Play!
https://youtu.be/cXyf6xxmZ7o (Link to video also in email received after purchase)
Your files will be available to download once payment is confirmed.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Apr 21, 2022
Apr 7, 2022
My 12 year old and her cousins had a blast! It kept them busy and was just enough of a challenge. Thank you!
Mar 21, 2022
Lots of fun! This was our 1st escape room so it started out a little rough, but once we got the hang of it…it was a lot of fun!!!
Feb 13, 2022
This was not a hit for my daughter’s 10th birthday. The girls found it far too complex and often my husband and I were wondering what to do. We had 4 adults all with college degrees, a teacher and a PHD and we often were unsure of what to do. I’m sure it would be fun for a small competitive group but I would not recommend for a child’s bday party.