Did you ever dream of being an FBI agent? Or think about banding together to fight evil on Earth? Want to visit a parallel universe where everything is strange but also familiar?
Escapedom gives you the opportunity to leave the world you know for one hour and immerse yourself in ours. This real life experience is the latest in escape room entertainment for people of all interests and backgrounds. At Escapedom we offer the perfect alternative to watching a movie. We’ve designed experiences for you which will mirror your memories of first contemplating the The Matrix or unraveling Inception. Make a booking today!
This was my first escape room and it was awesome! Great team-building exercise. Keep it up guys! Can't wait to do another one!baasen2012
The Cranial CarnivalDouglas E.
Brought a large group of co-workers out to Escapedom, so large that we had to split up and did all 3 of their rooms. My group went through Cranial Carnival so this review will be about that room specifically. The idea is that you have to enter a boy's mind and lock up bad memories that have traumatized him and put him into a coma. Not the most believable of premises but fine. I'll roll with it.
After explaining the backstory, the GM walked us to the "brain" door and in we went. I thought the entrance into the room was a little disappointing and could have been much more creative an in-line with the story (traveling down a dark passage way, a red slide), really anything more than just a doorway. The production in the first room was decent but really felt like a square room filled with puzzles. Other than the occasional pink squiggles on the wall, there was nothing really organic about it. With a couple of exceptions, the puzzles seemed to mirror the memories that the boy had experienced at the circus. A healthy dose of scavenging kicked off the room and we wasted time looking through the non-linear puzzles that are unsolvable until you finish the scavenger hunt. One magnet/coin maze was a difficult frustrating time sync and we had some tech issues with an 8-sided polyhedron puzzle and one "locked" door was open. That was room 1. Room 2 was a mixed bag of some clever puzzles, some not so clever puzzles (light clock), and some downright frustrating tasks (fishing). In hindsight, it was the tech issues that did us in and we came up about 2 minutes short of escaping. Not the best, not the worst room, I've done and comes in at #112 out of 168 rooms I've done to date.
Just successfully escaped from Cranial Carnival, the newest of Escapedom’s rooms. Like their first two rooms, production quality was great, the puzzles were unique, and the puzzles weren’t all linear so it was ideal for our large group of eleven. A lot of great “aha” moments. Chase was a great game master! Definitely recommend this room to newbies as well as experienced players. Thanks for another awesome room, Escapedom! 😊Anne
So much fun! Did the den of the occult with 4 people and got pretty far but didn't finish. No regrets it was still awesome. I'll definitely be going back!Brit
Escaped the Den of the Occult on Monday, June 12th in 42+ minutes. Very good room with lots of clever puzzles and physical contraptions, all of which made for a fun game.Daniel
We tried the Den of the Occult. The staff was very cool. The clues were imaginative and there were some innovative effects. A great way to spend time with friends and get to know people.Art