Logo for Olde City Escape Game's first escape room adventure. A historically based game transporting players back to 1776 to the height of the American Revolutionary War.
 
 
 Poster design for Olde City Escape Game's first escape room adventure, Benjamin Franklin A Quest for Freedom. Benjamin Franklin's political Join or Die cartoon and historical type are designed on parchment to mimic the printing press effect Benjamin Franklin would have printed in. Players must operate Benjamin Franklin's press to help the colonies win the war against the British!

It is October 26th, 1776 and Philadelphia is alive with excitement...

The American Revolution has ignited the colonial town into a fervor. Crowds are pouring into the streets singing songs and firing guns, nervously awaiting the invading British from across the sea. Benjamin Franklin has just been elected as ambassador to France and he has a monumental task ahead of him - convince France to join the colonies in war and secure a 10 million dollar loan from the French government. The only tools at Mr. Franklin’s disposal are his skill with the written word and your help...

Mr. Franklin has just raced away to board the final ship to France before the British naval blockade arrives. As Mr. Franklin’s invaluable assistants and fellow rebels, he has entrusted a critical task to you: search through his study and secret print studio to find the Seven American Reasons. These Seven Reasons inspired him to write the document that will convince France to give us 10 million dollars and join the fight! Quickly locate the Seven Reasons, print the document that Mr. Franklin needs for his journey. The future of the rebellion and American independence is in your hands! Do you have what it takes to complete your Quest for Freedom?