My group of extremely experienced escape roomers enjoyed this room - especially the first portion. As the game progressed, the decor, ambiance, and effects got a little less impressive with each new area we moved into. The experience in the first portion is worth the trip, because the sensations created are not common in most average escape rooms. The room was not the hardest we’ve played, and it was not seemless at intuitively guiding players, but for most folks who only get to a room once in a blue moon, I definitely recommend you give this one a go! It is a memorable ‘experience,’ that’s for sure.Sarah
Great time! Staff was very helpful and engaged. Definitely worth trusting your next event with these very capable professionals.Lance
This was an amazing experience! My wife and I happened to walk by it and she said jokingly "want to do an escape room?". Without hesitation I said yes and in we went. It is by far the most decorated escape room we've seen to date. The two hosts were incredibly friendly. We choose the amazon plane crash room. The decoration and the detail were incredible! It was mildly difficult. My wife and I completed it with 10 minutes to spare. We can't wait to try the other one!! You will not Be disappointed with this escape room! Well done!Ryan N.
After doing now 60 escape rooms, the Amazon room is definitely one the neatest set designs I have seen so far. You can definitely tell that a lot of work went into it to make it as immersive as possible. Please take note though that I played with 2 other people and some of the puzzles would be easier to achieve with 1 or maybe two more people. Also attention to detail is needed for this room as it is easy to miss items you are needing to find in order to do some of the puzzles. Our game master Aly was fun and refreshingly enthusiastic! Thank you for the fun experience!Brian G.
Awesome experience, very fun game! Thank you! We can't wait to come back for Amazon rainforest!Jackie M.
Gravitational Effect - I think I liked this room better than Amazon Rainforest. They tried to make the room 4D by giving you 3D glasses to enhance the experience but, let's be honest, they're not going to do anything other than make you trip and/or make the puzzles difficult because you can't see them straight. They are not needed to play the game so they are pretty pointless, in my opinion. We didn't even put them on. For the most part, the puzzles made sense and a few were challenging but not overly difficult. There were a couple of puzzles I felt that if they were improved upon they would make the experience more immersive. One of the puzzles involved "jackets" which, at first, we thought were just plastic bags. This made the puzzle seem kinda cheesy because they were just cheap rain ponchos that didn't really fit with the room. Perhaps investing in some actual jackets to make it more themed would help spruce up this puzzle some. The other puzzle was the final puzzle. I don't want to give anything away so I won't say anything about it other than it had absolutely nothing to do with the theme of the room. But even with that being said, I do want to say that there was one "puzzle" that was more of a physical challenge and that was a lot of fun. It caught us off guard when we saw it (which is almost always a good thing in the world of escape rooms) and we laughed a lot through it. I thought it was great for them to have this in the room and really added a lot to the experience.Terra S.