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The BibRave Podcast


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Apr 23, 2021

This is a big one, people! This week’s episode is all about BibRave’s latest offering and first-ever digital experience. On 4/21/21, we launched Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus and this episode gives you the scoop on the background and creative process, as well as what you can expect from this groundbreaking, immersive experience that mixes running with the clues, codes, and explosive popularity of Escape Rooms.

Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus is an innovative virtual experience unlike anything you have ever encountered, and we are beyond excited to share the deets! 

But before we do, the mission has already begun!⚡️ Click here to check out Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus and register for this amazing virtual experience that is sure to test your wits and legs! Remember, you can use code “BIBRAVEPODCAST” for 10%! 

Tim, Jess, and Andy welcome Run to Escape puzzle partner, Amy Philip - the owner of paradigmQ (a phenomenal Portland-based Escape Room biz)! They talk about everything that went into creating and launching this totally novel and exciting running experience. They discuss the Mission Mt. Olympus storyline, creating illustrations for each of the gods, scripting the storyline and audio experience, voice acting, and everything else that has comprised hundreds of hours of work!

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Show Notes:

For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, 🎶 that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!   

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