Finding good players is easy. Getting them to play as a team is another story.” – Casey Stengel, American Major League Baseball right fielder and manager.

Escape Room Games for Team Building

Escape room games make an excellent team building activity because the focus is on the performance of the entire team–not the performance of individual participants. Remember this hilarious American Airlines commercial that portrayed how miserable the employees felt while playing the traditional exercises at team building events?

We’re not saying that traditional team building is a bad thing. But it has come a long way since the “falling backwards test.”

team building falling backwards

Falling Backwards Test

The Building is in the Bonding

Escape Room Games Missouri City/Sugar Land wants you to have fun and feel good in your team building activities. A good team building event should not make your employees feel foolish, awkward, or embarrassed. Instead, the event should be an opportunity to build rapport and trust between the members of your team.

In our escape room games, your team has 60 minutes to complete a quest. They will need to work together to solve a series of puzzles and problem solving activities. At the end of 60 minutes, your team members will know each other better as human beings, not just roles or titles.

A good team building event should:

  • Provide fun activities that help your team see each other in a different light.
  • Include every member of the team—no employee should feel left out.
  • Give every teammate a voice.
  • Build better communication skills, problem solving skills, and critical thinking skills.
  • Lead to a more relaxed and comfortable work environment.
  • Be a memorable experience because your entire team performed well together.
  • Be an event that was “time well spent and money well spent.”

We promise to deliver all the components listed above. Just look at the smiling face of some of our winning teams.


Team leaders from Sneed Elementary School.

How it Works

Our team building sessions are approximately two hours long and are scheduled Wednesday through Friday (between 9:00am and 4:00pm). We can also customize a session if you want your team to play multiple escape rooms or in shifts. Contact us today by filling out the contact form below.