The Adventure Rooms escape game seems to be popping up all over Europe and North America, but the idea was in fact developed by a Swiss physics teacher in Bern as part of a class project in 2012. It is influenced by adventure computer games from the 1990's, Hungarian escape games and scientific experiments. The basic idea is that you and your team are locked in a room and have 60 minutes to reach the exit. You achieve this by solving puzzles, finding hidden objects and working together as a team. Adventure Rooms Lucerne is located next to Emmenbrücke train station (five minutes by train from Lucerne main station) and is now the largest location in Switzerland. You have the choice between four different games, each with its own puzzles. Don't worry if you don't speak German, the solutions are primarily with symbols and numbers and the rules can be explained in English.