60out Escape Rooms presents unique and interactive live-action adventure games. You, the players, become active participants in our stories and must work as a team to solve intriguing problems, escape from precarious situations, and unravel the plot before time runs out!
If you’re ready for a challenge and looking for some out-of-the-ordinary Los Angeles fun, then this is for you! Great for adults and teens alike, so bring your friends, family, or co-workers and strengthen relationships through teamwork – you won’t regret it!
We did the zoom version of Time Machine and Nautilus for a work activity. It was a lot of fun, I would recommend Nautilus if you want to feel more in the storyline, although Time Machine is more difficult. This is a great activity if you want to connect with your people during quarantine.Alex
Had a blast, highly recommend this place, defiantly coming back to try more of the roomsRegina J.
What a fun time!! Definitely recommend this place, Stanley helped led us through the Escape room and did a great job. We were nervous going in it would be too hard but it was perfect and a fun time!Evan G.
Did this room with a group of 6 adults, cleared all three portions of this in 45 minutes. Very immersive with good detail. The puzzles are all excellently thematic and genuinely fun to solve. My only issue with this room is when you are assigned character roles there is no way to reference what your "specialties" are. If we had a prop of some kind that we could have referenced would have made things quite a bit smoother... maybe that's the point?Bennett Young
I loved *other* 60Out rooms, but didn't enjoy this one even though we escaped. This was my 36th room I've escaped, and a lot of the puzzles didn't seem super logical. So when you find two components of a puzzle, it's not clear that they go together, let alone how to use them. We were a bit disappointed that the game masters gave us hints that we didn't ask for, but they were just trying to make sure we maintain a good pace in order to escape the room.Brandon
By almost any measure, the nautilus and time machine rooms were very good escape rooms. Do they have faults? Yes. The "kraken" you battle in the Nautilus looks like an original Nintendo character, reminding you of a 90s video game as opposed to an immersive experience. And many parts of the Time Machine room feel like an underwhelming museum exhibit. But overall, these are above average escape rooms that in most other cities would be top-of-the-line.RoomEscapist
I would say these are perfect escape rooms for new participants. They are immersive, and creative, and generally fun. They will deliver solid experiences to establish what escape rooms are all about.
For experienced gamers, however, these rooms were let downs. The puzzles were too straightforward and predictable, These rooms were linear to a fault. And the production value does not match the leaders in the city (Questroom and the Basement). That said, 60Out offers reasonable pricing and still very enjoyable experiences. I expect to return for some of their more advanced rooms such as Jumanji.