Every year, the American Anthropological Association celebrates anthropology and anthropologists around the world through the declaration of Anthropology Day. This year, the Haffenreffer Museum will celebrate Anthropology Day with a new online version of its annual Escape the Haffenreffer escape room program created through Google Forms.
Play the online game yourself or team up with friends virtually to crack codes and solve puzzles. No sign-up necessary. The event is free and open to everyone; family-friendly, and suggested for individual players aged 12-and-up for puzzle difficulty.
The Game Access Link will open at 9am, Thursday, February 18th.
No sign-up necessary! This event is free and open to everyone; family-friendly, and suggested for individual players aged 12 and up for puzzle difficulty. Supported by generous donors to the Friends of the Haffenreffer Museum.
As a special #AnthroDay event, folks who play on the 18th can compete for the fastest time and possibly appear on our “leaderboard” the following day, February 19th. The game will still be available after the 18th, but without the competition for the fastest time.
Seen here is an object from the museum which may or may not be a clue.