Escape Room: Home launches Kickstarter Campaign to Redefine Escape Rooms
Now Seeking Community Support via Kickstarter, The Project has been Created by Justin Mashburn, A North Carolina based game designer!
September 26, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Justin Mashburn has proudly announced that he is taking the Kickstarter community on board to support for his all new project called Escape Room: Home. His new project brings the excitement and fun of a live escape room into people’s own home where they can find clues, solve puzzles and try to escape using their mental abilities.
Justin lives in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina where he enjoys drinking beer, kayaking, medieval reenactment, and designing games that he forces his friends to playtest for him. His new concept of home based escape rooms has been designed for people of all age groups who enjoy escape rooms and especially for those who live in a rural area where there is no escape room nearby.
Before becoming a successful game designer, Justin worked as a teacher’s assistant and STEM Lab manager at Fairview Elementary for six years. This concept developed by Justin is neither a board game, nor a card game like other at home escape games, but a real live escape room that can be created inside any room in a player’s home. In this Kickstarter campaign, Justin has offered several great rewards, which can be earned by making pledges to the campaign itself.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/1881392436/escape-room-home and supporters from all over the United States can help Justin by making pledges and donations. From $1 to $1000 or more, pledges can be made for the campaign and more details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
Escape Room: Home is a project by an American game designer from North Carolina, Justin Mashburn. The trend of creating real live escape rooms around the world is on the rise and therefore, he has created this project for all those who love escape rooms, and those who have a difficulty in going to an escape room because of the distance. The project enables people to set up a real live escape room in their home and Justin is raising funds on Kickstarter with a goal to raise a sum of $10,000 in order to make it a success.