New technology, in the form of durable artificial grass, led to a resurgence of mini-golf in the 1960s and 1970s. So, back then, if you were organizing a social outing for a birthday party or social group with 20+ attendees, mini-golf was a popular choice. Modular, mass-produced course components enabled the course owners to inexpensively vary their hole layouts to maintain the interest of regular patrons and adjust difficulty.
Well, forty years on and mini-golf is still with us. But over the last 10 years, we have seen a commercial escape room industry appear, building on interest in movies like “The Cube” and board games like Room-25. A good escape room scenario combines elements of immersive role play, problem solving, team-work and excitement. Perfect for large group entertainment.Read More