You and your friends/coworkers step into an alternate reality with one goal: to accomplish your mission and escape. You’ll be faced with challenging puzzles, cryptography, obstacles, and a time limit of 1 hour.
Environments are very realistic and full of background electronics for a true immerse experience. In our games we use prop production, programmable micro-controllers, and game-design theory. We focused on altering your reality with great, immersive details and also touches of humor. We believe an interactive experience should be as affordable as a movie-night.
Great game - intelligent one! We were 75 ppl, the game was one of our team-building activities. Recommend for HR/Community managers to consider!Helen
Space Bus was great! I've never done an escape room so I had no expectations. The staff we interacted with were very friendly. The condition of the bus was excellent, quite new. The level of technology in the bus in regard to the puzzles was also unexpected. I thought the experience would comprise of shaking curtains for hidden keys or looking under loose tile and the like, haha. To finish the bus on time with the amount of puzzles, you should definitely have at least 4 participants.Sophia T.
My 5 friends and I did not set any records but we finished with exactly 1 minute to spare! Oh, the drama!
This is what the hype is about? A resounding yes. First time escaper! But won't be my last.Sancho F M.
Came to celebrate my brother in law's birthday, so just finished dinner at Osso up the street and met the rest of our party (18 total) here. The staff quickly separated the large group into 3 teams and set us on our way. Preliminary instructions were quick, to the point, and off we were. I was blessed with the Space Bus, a super detailed designed "school bus" outside of the facility. At first I looked at he exterior and thought "huh", but once inside and locked it, the lights, sounds, and feeling of immersion was immediate. And damn we're the puzzles cool and challenging. No spoilers here, except we got maybe 4 hints, and finished the experience with 3 minutes to spare. CANNOT WAIT FOR ANOTHER ROOM! Definitely will be back. Great job!
Below are all of the clues to finish Space Bus in record time.Rich H.
Great time with team of 7 (4 adults and 3 teenagers). Although we finished with plenty of time, not knowing how close we were (or not) made it a ton of fun.
Our guide Will was fantastic and actually recommended some escape rooms in Los Angeles (where we went next).
Actual tips: Listen during the guide's introduction -- it'll be important. Read everything (even more important). Assign the math-y puzzles to the Kumon lovers on your team.
This place is amazing! All the puzzles/challenges really fit the Alcatraz theme and the environment is very realistic.Andy
A group of 4 (old friends in mid 30s) did this at the weekend. We played the Escape from Alcatraz Escape and LOVED every minute. So much that we booked the Antique game right after and already planning to try the 3rd.
Highly recommended and great fun...
I went to EscapeSF with 4 other friends to do the Blind Tiger room. I've done about 15-20 escape rooms total at this point and it solidly lands in the middle in terms of enjoyment. We escaped with a little over 10 minutes left.Connie
The setup was pretty cool but I felt that the puzzles were a little rudimentary and seemingly a little random at times. They also did not really tie together all that well in my honest opinion. We also had quite a few components of the room that were broken when we went which further detracted from the quality of the experience. All in all, I still enjoyed the room, but I don't feel that it is as good as other reviews would lead you to think it is.