Trapology Boston’s
Virtual Escape Room Game

Play with friends from multiple cities, states… even countries!

Boston’s Best Virtual Escape Room

Playing an escape room has never been this easy.

Thousands of local Boston players have experienced Trapology Boston’s spooky escape room, “The Retreat”.

Now, it’s your turn.

We’ve “virtual-ized” two of our favorite experiences and made it accessible for you and your family, friends, and co-workers, to safely play from the comfort of your home.

You no longer have to fight Boston traffic on the expressway or get nervous as you try to parallel park while avoiding the aggressive MassHole drivers.

After the successful launch of Virtual Trappy Hour events for our corporate clients and the overwhelming request for us to “virtual-ize” our in-person escape rooms, we’ve finally done it.

Gather your friends/family/co-workers together from all over the world and see if you have what it takes to uncover clues, solve puzzles, and escape!

How it works

Gather your group of 2-6 per team

Friends, co-workers, families, dates, pets (yes, we do want to see your dog), and anyone else you would want to escape with!

Grab your snacks and log into the game

Snuggle up around your device, log into the game, and get to know your Trapology Host before the game starts

Have fun and escape!

Hang out with your team, solve puzzles, find clues, and work together to escape the most challenging Boston virtual escape game!

Trapology Virtual Escape Rooms

Trapology is currently investigating reports of missing people at Camp Alive and Well. Our field agent needs your help to get the story first for our clients before any other agencies pick it up. Call in and help discover the mysteries of the campsite, and hopefully return in one piece.
Boston’s only adult escape room is now a virtual game! Do you have what it takes to break into the exclusive BDSM room, the Boobie Trap? Can you keep your secrets safe, or will there be consequences for your endeavors? ⁠

Check out what players are saying on TripAdvisor!


This is, by far, the best escape room I have done. Ever. And believe me when I tell you that we are seasoned escape aficionados. We’ve done them everywhere. Across the world. Amsterdam, Belgium, Australia, London. You name it, we’ve done it. And THIS one? This one is the winner. Take on Crush Depth. It’s the only one that has caught us in its locked grasp and sent us sinking to the bottom of the ocean. 5/5 Trapology. I hope to see you again.

– Mckenziebeth5

Crush Depth

Everyone in our group of five (ages 21 to 62) had a great time.

Our daughter had done an escape room once before and wanted the whole family to try one together – for the rest of us, it was our first time. The room (“The Retreat”) and its clues were well thought out, clever and very entertaining, hard enough that each of us had to contribute to the solution but not so hard that we ever got discouraged. We solved it (with a few carefully chosen hints from the staff) in the nick of time!

– 56tgh


I’ve done a fair amount of escape rooms before, and this was undoubtedly the best. 

Our group did “The Hustler,” which I would definitely recommend. I’d like to say we’re pretty good at puzzles, and we ended up using up all our clues and solved it with only 6 minutes left of the hour we had to solve it.

– Clever Joke


Frequently Asked Questions

How much are tickets to Virtual Escape Rooms?

$35 per person

You and your team will log on to meet your Trapology Host. Once the game starts, a member of the TrapTeam will need your help to escape from the predicament he/she has found himself/herself in. You’ll be able to see and hear everything, as you uncover clues and solve puzzles.

We recommend 2-6 players.

We recommend for players to use a computer or laptop that is connected to the internet. In order for the rest of your team to see you, turn on a front-facing webcam so that you can videochat! In a pinch, a tablet or a mobile device would also work.

Yes! You can play this game from anywhere in the world. Just make sure you keep an eye on time zones!

We recommend to reserve approximately 75 minutes for the entire Trapology virtual escape room experience. The game itself is 60 minutes, and a member of the TrapTeam will give an introduction as well as and walkthrough of the game a

The game itself is 60 minutes with about 5-10 minutes of prep and debrief!

Yes, the virtual experience will contain the same storyline and puzzles as the in-person version.

Soon! We’re working on getting our other escape rooms virtual. Stay tuned! If you have a special request for which one we should work on first, email Tina and bug her: