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.
If you’re in the mood to join a creepy circus, or at least escape from one, then Horror Escapes LA’s “Ringmaster’s Quarters” is the perfect room for you.
A haunted house meets an escape room and together they make one of the most immersively terrifying escapes you’ll ever experience!
If you thought the White House was in Washington D.C. you need to check again, because this Oval Office is eerily identical and way more fun!
Players seeking a mystical, magical time will love the Magician’s Studio
Newbies to escape rooms will find this room to be entertaining enough to keep you coming back for more. Veterans… not so much.
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.
As authentic as it gets without all the scary parts, this escape is fun and fast-paced
This room would be good for intermediate players because the broken puzzles would make it too frustrating for beginners
Be transported to an old town where you will be challenged, but will definitely have a great time
Solve clever puzzles in a creepy room as you uncover the mysteries of the Dank family
Strong immersion and a focus on interacting with the environment; great for players who love observational, tactile, and environmental puzzles
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!