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.
It was really cool. The game was super fun and challenging. We bring our inters there and they loved it. They do have a great Italian restaurant on the first floor of the building, so we went there right after our game.Sarha
Never seen a game like this before. It’s like an escape game but need to get into this suitcase. It looks like a high end movie prop, with keypad on top, and you get some gadgets to pick codes and such. Than it opens to more puzzles and another level and another level. Very clever.
The military guy on TV gave some story about evil corporation and we worked on 8 cases at different tables. Ended up helping each other otherwise we probably wouldn’t have finished it in time.
Their “secret safe house” was a bit hard to find. Check the address in the email. we went to their main office first but it’s just a block away. No big deal.
Booked Space Bus after playing the King Arthur game and it was worth it.Yousef
To start with it is a GORGEOUS game. I played a few sci-fi themed escape games around the world and this one is the best one yet. The deep rumble of engines and a little bit of movement made it so real!
The game puzzles are well done and games allow for many things to be done at the same time. Also, some puzzles could be solved in more than one way.
Be sure not to overcomplicate, because in many cases the solution is simpler than you think.
Amazing puzzles and lots of surprises.Yousef
We did the King Arthur room. The decorations were great and the puzzle were pretty cool. Some of them were a bit confusing and we needed some hints. But we enjoyed every second of it.
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!