A printable, app-supported escape room for at home with audio narration.

Escape Team is a printable, interactive pen-and-paper escape game: cut, fold and draw to solve its puzzles, racing against a countdown on your mobile phone.

Print your mission (you'll find it as a free download on, gather some friends, and start defusing bombs, rescuing hacked elevators, and saving airplanes from crashing.

Escape Team is a digital-physical puzzle race against the clock: virtual thrills, real-world skills.

• A live, pen-and-paper escape game experience
• Designed for 2-4 players
• Fast-paced audio narration and atmospheric soundtrack
• FREE: Training Mission and Mission 1: »Central Station«
• Missions 2-5 are available as In-App Purchases
• Includes a (forever free) mission editor to create your own missions, for business, fun, and education.

To get started, print your first missions:

To all of us,
good luck.

What’s New

Version 2.20

Minor improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
102 Ratings

102 Ratings

caterclan ,

Challenging and fun!

My family loves murder-mysteries and escape rooms, so this was right down our alley. the price was so reasonable, we were afraid it would be poor quality, but it was challenging and fun. It was wonderful to have our 17-year-old fully engaged in solving the clues! When I made a mistake in unlocking the third mission, customer service was what customer service is supposed to be, which is so rare these days. I got prompt response from the creator of the missions himself, and he resolved the problem in just a few minutes. Highly recommend!

@Magnuson ,

Not a great app or game

The best word I can use to describe the Escape Team app/game is “mediocre”. There are a few problems that need to be addressed:

1) This game is clearly designed/voiced by people who do not speak English as a first language. I have nothing against non-English speakers, but the broken English you’ll encounter in this game makes it very difficult to invest yourself in the story. At the very least, the script should have been audited by a native English speaker before voiceover was recorded.

2) The clues provided by the app are worthless because they come far too late. For example, in Mission #1 the clues mostly come after the timer has already expired. If the clues are going to be useful, they need to provide players with the ability to use the clues before the mission timer expires.

3) The training mission is so stupidly easy a child could figure it out, but them Mission #1 is so stupidly difficult that several college-educated adults working together will have remarkable trouble figuring out the puzzles. This step in difficulty makes the game no fun.

Ultimately, this game feels unpolished and is not very fun. The story that the app tries to tell is ridiculous, weird, and unbelievable. There’s almost nothing that draws any players into the story. I certainly would not spend any money on the game knowing what I know now.

e2n ,

DIY missions make this an incredible value

As it was, my family and I enjoyed Escape Team immensely, playing through the scenarios to various degrees of success. The interface was well thought out and made the puzzles much more engaging than they would be without it.

The recent inclusion of DIY missions takes this from a great game to a wonderful creative tool, allowing *you* the freedom to use the interface for your own escape room missions you make yourself. Tell no one, but I would have paid way more for this! Such fun.

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The developer, Hemmert UG (haftungsbeschränkt), indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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