Aimed at taking an hour, you can race through in a battle against the clock or take your time and revel in the puzzling.
There's already a good range of play at home games on the Escape Hunt website that have been developed since Covid emerged. Here's what to expect from the latest games...
The Murder on Christmas Eve
The Murder on Christmas Eve is a whodunit game that partly uses print out puzzles and is partly online. There's been a murder in Victorian London and information about all the suspects is on a website.
Time and effort has been put into the look and feel of the puzzles with themes around a Christmas tree, mince pie recipe and more.
It's set at medium difficulty that are a good challenge to the little grey cells and there are puzzles that suit all ages. This game costs £14.99 from the Escape Hunt website here.
The Bletchley Park Papers
This game transports players back to World. War Two to famous British codebreaking base Bletchley Park. There's a festive atmosphere once more in this game which is all online. It's a digital game that doesn't involve any printing out at home.
The scene is set in December 1941 at Bletchley Park, where as a Secret Intelligence Service agent, you must track down a traitor in the ranks.
Escape Hunt CEO Richard Harpham said, "After the year that's been, we all need some Christmas cheer, so at Escape Hunt we've got activities to suit every bubble and budget. However, you're planning on getting festive and connecting with your loved ones; we have an adventure for you."