Time's Ticking

A real-time online escape room

Time's Ticking is a fully self-guided and challenging online escape room.

Solve the detective case
Melbourne Police Department has received a call from someone threatening to blow up a building. Only your team can save the city!

Real-time action
Time's Ticking is a real-time game, which means any action one player makes is directly seen by others. So first discuss your next action with your team.

Reach the leaderboard
Is your team competitive? There's a built-in leaderboard in our online portal that shows the teams with the best results. Do you think your team has what it takes?

Form a team, get ready and play the game

1 Form a team and buy the game
Form a team of 2 to 6 players with your friends, family members or colleagues.
Then simply buy your unique game code.
After purchasing Time's Ticking, you'll receive an email with instructions.

Follow the instructions to get started.
If your team is not in the same room, set-up a video call with your team members. You can use Zoom/Skype/Meet or any other video tool of choice.
When everyone is ready, all players need to follow the link you've received in the confirmation email.
Then all players need to log in with the same game code.

Now make sure everyone reads the instructions, come up with a catchy team name and get started.

Online escape room

A challenging game that requires teamwork and creativity

Play from anywhere

Fully online, so play with mates at home or with family abroad

Whenever suits you

Fully self-guided, so you decide when you want to play

60 Minutes game time

Continue playing once the time's up without a leaderboard spot

Age 18+ recommended

We recommend playing this game if you're over the age of 18

Team size 2-6

Form a team of 2-6 and work together to solve the challenges

Instructions

To play Time's Ticking you'll need the following:

  • Computer (phone not supported)
  • Video call with your team mates, e.g. PubHub
  • Pen and paper
  • 1
    Form a team of 2 to 6 players and purchase the game
  • 2
    Wait for a confirmation email with all the instructions and your unique game code
  • 3
    Share the instructions from the email with all team members and start a video call
  • 4
    Follow the instructions, log in, and get started

Answers To The Most Asked Questions

We highly recommend all players to use their own computer.
We also recommend that your team has a video call set up to collaborate.
Note that smartphones are not supported.

We recommend all players logging in separately on their own computer.
If you want to show something to your fellow team members, you can definitely share your screen.

After buying the game you have 30 days before your game code expires.
It's a self-guided game, meaning there won't be a host helping you through the game.

Play anytime that's convenient for you.
Note that we do not provide a refund in case your game code has expired.

Time's Ticking takes a maximum of 60 minutes to complete.
Once the time has started, it can't be stopped.

Each game code can only be used by up to 6 people.

If you've got more than 6 people, you will need to purchase multiple game codes and form multiple teams.
Each team will play the game separately and needs to be on their own breakout room or video call.
Once the teams finish, you can get everyone to join 1 video call to discuss your results.

You'll receive 1 game code that is to be used by your whole team.

Hints are available within the game. However, they come at a price.
Requesting a hint results in a 30 second time penalty. After the third hint you'll receive the answer.

Yes! Our escape rooms are made for it.
Email us to find out more!