Rock n Roll

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This is the real deal. From the curtains blocking out the sun to the infinity mirrors. From the turn table and music selection to the bar provisions, the colors and the textures. Fit for a rock band in ascendance, this room has it all and it’s top notch.

King’s Escape is located near the Cherry Creek Reservoir about 15-20 minutes from downtown Denver. The office park doesn’t have great signage, but our GPS easily got us to the front door of the building with plenty of space for parking. Our host was very friendly and clearly passionate about the escape room community. The lobby area is clean and nicely appointed with drinks and candy on hand. We found the room overview description a little fast, but that had no effect on the rest of our amazing experience.

The puzzles in Rock n Roll keep a good beat to the theme and offer novelty to keep all the fans on their feet. They are unique and won’t be confused with all those other star-chasers. Multiple senses and out-of-the-box thinking is required. The puzzles offer a complexity that makes the experience dynamic and give a nice variety to not get bored.

The decor is accurate to the period, from the corded phone to the yonic wallpaper—appropriate for the hardcore Rock-n-Roll scene of the 70s. The magazine pages, the language, the imagery, and the objects could’ve been pulled straight from the era. The vinyl took us straight back and had us singing along. Even the method for requesting and receiving clues felt authentic and the absence of a large blinking digital clock to keep us on pace was nice.

The experience was engaging and interesting, demanding without being overwhelming. It was fluid without frustrating dead ends. We were eager to keep moving and exploring, and that paid off. Overall, a very rewarding experience, despite the vicarious hangover.

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