You know those locked room games? Well, imagine you found yourself in a locked room, blindfolded, chained and put in a straight jacket. This is not a video game.
For the past two years, mystery rooms have become increasingly popular. As Kotaku previously reported, the mystery rooms are inspired by gaming's locked room genre — you know, the games in which you are locked in a room and gotta get out.
Recently, the largest mystery room opened in Beijing. Dubbed Yi Xiang Jia ("Thinking of Home"), it sprawls over 1,000 square meters and is divided up into five scenarios that can support up to 50 players at a time. This mystery room complex puts great emphasis on teamwork. It looks very, very cool: