HOW DO I BOOK A GAME?
“All of the tricks that were online to delete game pigeon didn’t work for me so on the newest IOS I am trying to delete but I don’t know how”. Delete GamePigeon from an iPhone Despite following all the steps for how to delete GamePigeon on an iPhone running iOS 13/12/11 or any other version for that matter, the users aren’t able to.
Please book your game online by clicking here.
HOW ARE YOU ENSURING THE SAFETY OF YOUR GUESTS?
We have made several changes to our normal operating procedures in order to ensure the safety of every single guest and team member. Some of these changes include, but are not limited to the following:
- All of our adventures will be private experiences for the time being, meaning you will be in the game room with only your friends or family.
- Contactless Check-In: Our waivers are available online, so our guests will not need to touch screens or make contact with our team members during check-in.
- We’ve made small adjustments to some of our games to avoid high-touch elements and minimize contact.
- Our team members will be distancing themselves from our guests by at least 6 feet at all times, as well as wearing face coverings
WHAT IS YOUR SANITATION PROCESS?
We have added more time in between all of our games to leave time for our new additional cleaning measures. We disinfect game rooms between each and every game and common areas like our lobbies between every cycle of games.
WILL I BE PLAYING WITH OTHER PARTICIPANTS?
All of our experiences will be private for the near future. This means the friends and family you bring with you will be the only ones in the game room. Your Game Guide will communicate with you through a screen in the room.
DO I NEED TO BOOK IN ADVANCE?
Yes, we strongly recommend booking a reservation through the booking portal by clicking the Book Now button above.
AM I REALLY GOING TO BE “LOCKED” IN A ROOM?
Yes and no. You will be in a room with a locked door, but every door is equipped with an exit button. Should you feel the need to leave the room, you are welcome to do so at any time.
HOW EARLY SHOULD I ARRIVE FOR MY GAME?
Please arrive 15 minutes before your game time and be sure to sign your waivers digitally prior to your arrival. Our lobbies have been arranged to allow for social distancing between teams before your adventure.
HOW MUCH DO YOUR GAMES COST?
Games are $35.99 per person plus tax.
HOW DO I PAY?
All games are paid online at the time of booking.
MY FRIENDS AND FAMILY ARE JOINING, HOW CAN THEY PAY FOR THE SAME GAME?
Please give us a call if your group is paying separately. We can split the payments into different cards over the phone.
HOW DO I USE MY GIFT CARD(S)?
Each gift card is valid for one player in one game. Your gift card will be used to book your adventure, so make sure it’s handy when you make your reservation. When booking online:
- Select your game, date, and time. Each gift card has a unique 13-digit code. Enter this code in the “Have a promo code?” tab on the payment page.
- Multiple gift cards cannot be applied to one reservation; please give us a call to book your game.
- You’ll receive a confirmation email for each card you use.
If you are having any problems using your gift card(s), please chat or call us and a team member will be happy to assist you!
WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY?
We understand that plans change, so reservations can be cancelled up to 48 hours before your game for a full refund! Give us a call and we will be happy to assist you.
CAN I RESCHEDULE?
Absolutely! Give us a call anytime before your reservation and we will be happy to assist you.
DO YOU HAVE PARKING?
Parking is available in The Island’s free parking lot.
IS THERE AN AGE LIMIT?
We recommend our games for ages 13 and up. We do allow younger players, but some of the game content may be too difficult for them. A paying adult, 18 or older, must participate with anyone that is 14 and under. Also, any participants under the age of 18 will need an adult to sign their waiver.
CAN I BRING MY SMALL CHILD WITH ME?
Yes! Any child that is age 4 and under can come along with you and will be free of charge. **Important**: please call us before making your reservation so that we can add their spot to your reservation, due to each game having a maximum capacity for space/players.
CAN YOU ACCOMMODATE LARGE PARTIES OR CORPORATE EVENTS?
Absolutely! While large public gatherings are not currently recommended, we can still help host large parties and corporate events by splitting large groups into smaller game rooms. We have a full-time team dedicated to helping coordinate all of the details for you. You can reach our Guest Experience team by calling (615) 693-1656, emailing [email protected], or through our live chat below (available 10am-4pm est Monday-Friday).
HOW LONG IS EACH GAME?
Each game is designed for one hour of intense fun! Plan to spend 15 minutes prior to each game preparing and briefing for your mission, and 15 minutes after each game to debrief and take photos.
ARE YOUR GAMES WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE?
Please give us a call at (865) 868-3400 and we will help you select the best game room for your team.
CAN WE BRING FOOD OR DRINK INTO THE GAMES?
We ask that no food or drink is taken into the game rooms. Alcohol is strictly prohibited on our premises.
WHAT IS THE ESCAPE GAME PIGEON FORGE?
The Escape Game is the premier provider of escape rooms. Our adventures bring epic stories to life in a one-of-a-kind tactile experience. Enter one of our immersive worlds and recover a priceless work of art, find lost gold, or break out of prison. Your team will have one hour to complete your mission and escape. Be the hero and be home in time for dinner.
For a more visual explanation, check out this video.
IT’S MY FIRST TIME ESCAPING, ANY ADVICE?
Game Pigeon Download
Watch this quick video for a few tips and guidelines for our first-time escapees!
HOW CAN I WORK AT THE ESCAPE GAME?
Please visit TheEscapeGame.com/Careers to view all available position
Jade Halaoui was hiking in the Alsace region of France this September when a glint of metal in a grassy field caught his eye. Intrigued, he dug the small capsule out of the ground and opened it, reports Nicolas Roquejeoffre for local newspaper Les Dernières Nouvelles d’Alsace(DNA).
To Halaoui’s surprise, the two-inch-long aluminum cylinder contained a century-old note written in spidery German script. The hiker and his partner, Juliette, took the artifact to the Linge Memorial Museum in Orbey, where curators determined that the message was likely sent by a Prussian infantry officer via carrier pigeon around the onset of World War I, per Aurelien Breeden and Isabella Kwai of the New York Times.
Dominique Jardy, curator at the Linge museum, tells CNN’s Jack Guy that the note was written in looping handwriting that is difficult to decipher. The date clearly reads “July 16,” but the year could be interpreted as 1910 or 1916, Jardy adds in an interview with DNA. (World War I took place between 1914 and 1918.)
Jardy enlisted a German friend to help him translate the note. As Agence France-Press reports, the note reads, in part: “Platoon Potthof receives fire as they reach the western border of the parade ground, platoon Potthof takes up fire and retreats after a while. In Fechtwald half a platoon was disabled. Platoon Potthof retreats with heavy losses.”
The message, which was addressed to a senior officer, appears to have been sent by a Prussian infantryman based in Ingersheim. The note refers to a military training ground, which leads Jardy to think that the note likely refers to a practice maneuver, not actual warfare.
“It’s a little report on a battle simulation,” he tells the Times.
“I’ve never seen this in 40 years,” Jardy adds, calling the find “exceptional.”
The paper is well-preserved but quite fragile, so the museum plans to put a facsimile on display, the curator says to DNA.
Jardy tells the Times that military officials typically sent multiple pigeons with the same message to ensure that crucial information reached its destination. Halaoui discovered the long-lost message just a few hundred yards from its site of origin, so Jardy suspects that this capsule slipped off the homing pigeon’s leg early in its journey.
Today, Alsace forms part of eastern France. But Germany annexed the region at the end of the Franco-Prussian War in 1871, and it remained under German control until after World War I, when it was returned to France under the Treaty of Versailles.
Homing pigeons played a pivotal role in military communications during World War I. As Mike Dash reported for Smithsonian magazine in 2012, the birds required little food, were easy to transport and could fly as fast as 60 miles per hour.
“Captured homing pigeons betrayed nothing of their point of origin or their destination, and those that made it through completed their journeys tirelessly and as rapidly as possible,” Dash explained.
One famous American carrier pigeon, Cher Ami, delivered 12 important messages. On his final mission in 1918, the bird was shot and badly injured, but he still managed to deliver his message, arriving blind in one eye with the correspondence dangling from his wounded leg. The message aided the relief of 194 American soldiers; for his heroic service, the French government honored Cher Ami with the “Croix de Guerre.” The pigeon’s stuffed body now resides at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.