Who killed count Ferdinand Tudor? Sift through the evidence and see if you can deduce the killer in this fun, collaborative murder mystery!
Take a quick tour of Washington, DC from the comfort of your home, learn a bit more about US Constitutional history, and solve some fun puzzles along the way!
Jeremie’s top 25 favourite escape rooms as of April 2020
A mysterious book arrives in the post, accompanied by a cryptic letter. Puzzles and challenges fill its pages, hinting toward a shadowy, secret organization: The Republic. Who are they, and why have they chosen you?
What has the government been hiding? Why have we been invited to this remote and secure facility? This secret has been kept for more than 50 years and it’s time everyone knows. Even Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks couldn’t get his hands on this information, let’s see if you can.
Jeremie’s top 25 favourite escape rooms as of August 2019
A fun, nostalgic trip back to the late 90s with an engaging story and highly immersive atmosphere
Great for a smaller group looking for a 1-2 hour game with easy to intermediate puzzles
A variety of challenging and engaging puzzles are the highlight of this expansive, well-designed room
Jeremie’s top 25 favourite escape rooms as of October 2018
Lacking in wow factor and feels a little dated by modern standards
Good immersion and atmosphere with some fun, tactile, hands-on puzzles
A decently good room with good production values, atmosphere, and ambiance, and some serviceable if not overly original puzzles
No big “wow” moments, but good quality set design and puzzles, with a difficulty level that’s a good fit for beginners
Heartily recommended both for beginners and advanced escapers who are looking for a fun night out in the beautiful and atmospheric confines of Casa Loma