Our virtual escape games are designed to simulate complex team-building activities; therefore, you need to ensure that your computer system is effectively set-up to participate in these sophisticated team-building simulations.
Since we are using a gaming platform to build this, you must operate and know a specific gaming controls.
We built this check-list below for you to follow, so you have everything ready before you play. By doing this, you will have a higher chance of having a positive, productive, and fun experience.
Let’s start with the check-list below, but do not leave this to the last minute. Do it in-advance to get the opportunity to remediate any issues you might experience beforehand.
Devices such as laptops and desktops are the only devices that can work appropriately for such games.
Devices that you CAN NOT use:
- mobile devices
- tablets, and
- any device that does not have a proper mouse or a keyboard
Browsers that are compatible with our Team-building Games are:
1- Google Chrome
We recommend installing both just if one does not work; you can quickly switch to the other browser and continue your play.
Check Your Internet Speed
Use this website to test your internet speed as it provide the most accurate results. https://testmy.net/
Check Your System Microphone
Check System Speakers
here is a website where you can check that. https://soundtest.io/
Check Mouse & Keyboard
You can still play without a computer mouse, but it is more natural to use a computer mouse. Some users customize their computer mouse in a specific way, making it too sensitive to play these kinds of games. Therefore, we provided you the option to work entirely using the keyboard functions.
See the list of the Keyboard keys and associated game functions.
W = Move Forward
S = Move Backward
A= Turn Left
D= Turn Right
E= Look Up
C= Look Down
F= Interact with Objects
Also, you can use the arrow key as well.
Upward Arrow = Move Forward
Downward Arrow = Move Backward
Left Arrow = Left Sideway Movement
Right Arrow = Right Sideway Movement
Computer Mouse Movement 360-degree movement, but still need to use the Keyboard to move forward and backward The left mouse button (LMB) is used to interact with objects similar to the F key in the Keyboard.
Important Reminder for people using Wireless Mouse and Keyboard:
1- Both are fully charged
2- have spare batteries around if you are using a Keyboard and mouse that operate using batteries.
Practice, Practice, Practice
this is for Game controls practice only. Remember to have fun too. Maze Escape
Text and Voice Chat
The Voice chat works the same way but is enabled by Pressing and Holding the "T" key on your Keyboard. As soon as you release the hold of the "T" key, the microphone will stop transmitting any sound.
We also enabled you to hear everyone's conversation in your group-game session without needing to press any keyboard keys. Besides, we allowed the voice chat feature even in the lobby areas before entering the game session. This way, your group can voice chat while everyone is gathered and ready to join the game.