The puzzles are brilliant, the art is beautiful, and the experience is a lot of fun. This is a book for puzzle-enthusiasts through and through.
Opus Luminum is a great room. The décor of the room is creative and beautiful; the technology is a lot of fun and brings on the surprises. The puzzles are complex, making this a fun challenge for enthusiasts.
Players seeking a mystical, magical time will love the Magician’s Studio
As the hardest of the three Mystery Motel rooms, The Parlour is a room that really puts a team’s searching, deduction, and puzzle-solving skills to the test.
Every puzzle is beautifully layered in a way that’s enjoyably challenging but not impossibly difficult. If you’re a puzzle enthusiast this is definitely the room for you.
Puzzles are probably The Visitor’s strongest point, and it’s a room that is highly recommended to a team that is new (or new-ish) to escape rooms!
If you enjoy escape rooms you will not be disappointed with Our Man on Sussex. It is a tried-and-true escape room in every sense of the word!
The Island of Dr. Goorse has done a terrific job with its resources. This game pushed the bounds with its creativity, and the results speak for themselves.
Hands-down the best escape room at Roundabout, The Ninja makes players feel like they’re uncovering secret after secret!
A fun and memorable experience with fantastic props and excellent puzzles
Immersive, educational, and the puzzle variety is excellent
Renée’s top 10 favourite escape rooms
A fun and interactive game that offers multiple unique escape room experiences
A standard room with beginner puzzles and a name that is scarier than the experience
Sharp eyes and minds are what you’ll need to solve the puzzles and discover the mystery within this CEO’s office