The divas get together and discuss a few questions they were asked on social media:
- Thoughts on 1st and 2nd generation of Escape Rooms
- The future of escape rooms
There were more topics, of course, but the first question was so interesting to talk about! Thanks to all of you who sent something in!
Thanks also goes to Eric Boudreau and Sen Lim for their help and suggestion for the escape room parody song "Solve It, Maybe".
By all means, if you have any comments or questions for us to talk about, leave them here or on our secret slack chat. :D
The divas have a skype interview with veteran reviewers Lisa and David Spira who make up Room Escape Artist! They talk about blogging, their audience, and their upcoming session at Transworld's Chicago's Room Escape Conference.
The parody was a request by Lisa and David, but the Hamilton crazy hasn't hit Canada yet. It's a catchy song though!
We get all the organizers of Canadian Caper together and discuss the intricacies of our Theatrical Live Escape Events!
Song written by Errol Elumir, performed by Zoe Elumir.
We interview Toronto bloggers Escapers 4G!
In this episode we talk about the the composition of an Enthusiast Escape Team, creating spreadsheets of team member skills, and awkward moments.
The parody was a suggestion from E4G, and is the first duet on this podcast sung with Si Mui.
SPOILER ALERT: We talk about a room which is no longer in operation, in particular Lock Quest. If you do not wish to hear about this room which no longer exists, you can skip this podcast.
Ok, folks! The divas talk about how they've been really stupid in the room.
And Ruby does a rant. It was glorious. There was a bit of racism too. Not from Ruby though.
And Errol is still doing parodies. He doesn't know how long he can keep that up.
Mentioned in this podcast:
Room Escape Review Reviewer - Doesn't get more meta! It's awesome! They review Escape Room Reviews!
Recorded May 23, 2015, the Divas talk about their experiences and opinions about reviewing escape rooms. They are outside enjoying the fresh air and the sounds of birds, planes, and house construction.
Manda also does a rant because Errol feels he's ranting a bit too much as of late.
They discuss BreakoutEdu, escape room game design, the future of escape rooms, and really old video game nostalgia.
Scott is a huge fan of Disney and blacklights, and thus this week's parody.
Nicholson, S. (2015). Peeking behind the locked door: A survey of escape room facilities. White Paper available at http://scottnicholson.com/pubs/erfacwhite.pdf
We have an interview with Christine Barger, an escape room enthusiast blogger at liveescaperoomreviews.com/
We discuss a lot about the industry on the US west coast, as well as rant profusely.
Thanks to Ken Ferguson of thelogicescapesme.com for his suggestion of the parody song! ^_^
In this special episode, the Divas travel to Ottawa to do nine escape rooms and record their whole trip!
They meet up with new escapers and get their first impressions on escape games.
Join them as they pig out on food and rant about their favourite hobby.
In our first episode we introduce ourselves and stay...mostly on track.
Topics (when we manage to stay on topic) include ourselves, the evolution of the escape room in Toronto (where we are from!), our own project Canadian Caper, and our transition from eager newbie to overly-critical diva.
Join us and comment about topics that you would like to discuss!