Every community has its inside knowledge, milestones, and jokes. For escape rooms, one of the best known combinations of all three is the escake.
What’s an Escake?
Created by Sera Dodd, the Western world’s most experienced escape room player, escake is a celebratory cake for playing a milestone escape. Traditionally a milestone escape game is whenever you hit a multiple of one hundred in your escape room play count.
Some are a bit more liberal about it and celebrate on on any multiple of 50. I’ve also heard of people enjoying escake when they play a renowned game. It’s cool. Live a little.
Over on Room Escape Artist, we’re generally dessert-positive and pro celebration.
It’s in that spirit that we have been in the lab testing alternatives to escake. Maybe you don’t like cake. Perhaps you cannot eat it… or you’re just looking for a bit of variety. Whatever your reasoning, we’ve put our best minds on the problem. Here are some alternatives for your escape room celebrations:
We recommend “Locky Road,” “Room Raisin,” or “Hint Chocolate Chip.”
C.S. Lewis oversold it.
Key Lime Pie
Black & Lights
Rice Cryptex Treats
But get the good ones.
RECON Boston Cream Donuts
Tickets are selling well, and our early bird sale is going to end soon. Get that $100 discount while you can.
Did we miss any?
Comment with your favorite escape room milestone dessert.