The Basement is an atmospheric room with “hands-on” puzzles that are strongly rooted in team-building
Mutiny is a fair and fun room for both veterans and new escapees!
Our team members were absolutely in love with the experience, despite how difficult the game was. Experienced escapees can seriously challenge themselves in Prison Break.
The Gift delivers a really strong, albeit sometimes disjointed, escape experience that is never short on fun or surprises!
If you’re team is looking for some atmospheric hands-on fun with a rustic woodsy theme, Gold Rush is definitely your game!
Despite some setbacks, the overall room quality and puzzles of The Heist were very strong. A throughly enjoyable experience.
Lost Ruins is an absolutely fantastic room in it’s theme, construction, and enjoyability.
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.