Reddit is one of the few social media communities that collectively reject a brand's attempt at marketing products toward them, so the toy tech company Anki teamed up with W+K Lodge to create a series of Reddit-themed escape rooms, aimed at grabbing the attention of the famously brand-conscious community.
The rooms are based in Portland Oregon, with a design inspired by the seven most popular subreddits on the social platform, including "Shower Thoughts, Hail Corporate, Rare Puppers, Shitty Robots, Gaming, What Could Go Wrong and Meme Economy." Throughout the duration of the experience, users will be tasked with completing six puzzles in six hours, in order to gain entrance to the final room.
Social Forum-Themed Escape Rooms
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Future Festival & Malcolm Gladwell - Early Bird Deadline
Multi-Colored Raspberry Lemonades
Intelligent Smartphone Alarms
Paper-Based Escape Games
Video-Based Question Platforms