Prison Break was designed to be a team room. Two groups go head to head to see who can escape their identical cell blocks the quickest.
The way it’s set up means players are split across four cells, all divided by walls. Because of this, it makes it perfect for two different households to play against each other whilst maintaining social distancing rules.
How does it work?
Cell Block A (Blue) can have between 2 and 4 people from the same household. The two cells, 1 and 2, are separated by a wall.
Cell Block B (Red) can have between 2 and 4 people from the same household. The two cells, 3 and 4, are separated by a wall.
Cell Block A and B are also divided by a wall.
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Important to know
The minimum number of people needed from each household to play is 2. The maximum number allowed to play per household is 4. This will give you a total group size of between 4 and 8 people.
More than two households are not allowed to meet indoors as per government guidelines. There can be no exceptions.
Each team will enter the building separately, one after the other. This allows you to maintain the 1m + distancing rule before going into the game.
The team briefing will take place at a safe distance from each other.
On completion of the game, each group will leave the room separately, one after the other.