Their Rock N Roll room puts players in a hotel room, tasked with figuring out where tonight’s gig is by following the trail of cryptic clues left behind by the band’s bassist. There’s no crazy technology in this game because you’re in the 70’s, but you do play records to get clues and use a stylophone to solve a puzzle.With such a fun theme that’s so accurately portrayed, this is a great room for beginners and skilled players alike.Danielle
We had a Cubs fan in our group, so we also played their Curse of the Billy Goat room. No knowledge of baseball is required to play the game, but there are certainly plenty of Easter eggs throughout for trivia buffs. This room is their hardest and would be a tough run for first-timers, but most skilled teams will enjoy the challenge and unique theme.
Four of us had a great time with the curse of the Billy Goat escape room. Puzzles were engaging yet solvable, and the staff was pleasant. Would return to do other rooms.samgalam
This is probably our favorite escape room in the area, certainly outside of downtown. The rooms are intricate, balanced, and carefully themed. Return to the Throne is the longest linear game we've played; there are like a zillion steps to hit, and they're all excellent. Rock n Roll is the most consistently themed game we've played, and a lot of fun. Curse of the Billy Goat is not as hard as the posted percentage suggests. It's a solid room but obviously their oldest and is due for some maintenance or maybe phasing out.Billy
Something that sets this room apart from some of the others is the staff's passion for the game. They take time to sit down with every team after the game and get their thoughts and impressions. It's clear they're involved with the rooms and that they're planning the next one. I'll be back as soon as they have a new room. Maybe sooner once I have time to forget Return to the Throne.
I've done a ton of escape rooms, but this was the second one I ever did so I might be a bit biased by nostalgia. I really loved this one, fun and surprising puzzles. A setting that managed to achieve a lot on a fairly low budget. I'd recommend 3+ players, as there is one puzzle that ties up at least two for a while and you need someone else working on the others to make you time.RN
Well designed puzzles. We found it to be a good level of difficulty for 4 players. Loses a star for a pretty boring setting. It does indeed look like a hotel room, so props for accuracy, but still just a hotel room.RN
This was a great experience!!!! My husband, two friends of ours and I chose to do this one night and we had a blast. Staff members Steve and Kit, I believe were their names, were great and very fun!!!! You w definitely gotta do this as a group activity, you won't regret it!Nicole M.