Rooms of No Return is a live escape room experience where you and a group of people are trapped inside a room for a certain amount of time. You have to find clues, put puzzles together and solve riddles in order to find your way out.
Just imagine... you're Indiana Jones in the map room, positioning the Staff of Ra to reveal the secret location you've been searching for. You're the star of "National Treasure" and you've just found the red-and-blue glasses in the hidden brick, and now there's another message on the back of the Declaration of Independence. You're you, trapped in a D.C. basement, frantically searching for clues to root out the spy defector, and the authorities are coming, and time is running out. You have a certain amount of time to try and escape! Will you get out before the time runs out?
The room was decorated amazingly and staff were very friendlyJaven freeborn
Employees are nice although room felt like it was more of a matter of finding numbers not puzzle solving and teamworkJaven freeborn
The room was great they really challenged you in this jigsaw escape. 4 rooms, the first room ,my group, found the most difficult because we over thought it;however, the other 3 rooms were great you must work togetherEmily
The decor of the room was fantastic. The actors were also great. The theme we did, Nightmare, was wonderful. We felt like the clues weren't very sequential and we spent a majority of the time just searching for items. The front desk ladies were also nice.Nicole
My friends and I decided to try the Jigsaw themed escape room here, after work today. It was fun and challenging. It definitely requires everyone working together to get through all the clues. There were four rooms connected, and some were more challenging than others. Although we didn't make it out (just needed like 3 more minutes), we all had a blast . I'd definitely recommend this, especially if you want to try something different.
Best escape game I've played in the Bakersfield area. This is a fun multi-room live escape game. It is well decorated. There is more "stuff" than you need to solve the puzzles, but it adds to the feel of the room. There is both searching and puzzles. It's a bit like a home haunt and an escape room had a baby. I recommend playing if you are in the Bakersfield area. The owners seem quite nice and passionate about the escape game industry.Kathy