Eight people is a reasonable amount of players for escape rooms. Everyone will find something to do: strategizing, taking charge, searching for clues, solving puzzles, cheering the team on, counting down the minutes, wandering from room to room or chatting up the game master. Book one of the rooms in Dallas-Fort Worth and find out what will your contribution be!
Felt out dated.Karla Jaimes
Had a good time! The Train Heist room was both fun and challenging. Highly recommend 👍🏽Maria
Loved the Great Train Heist! Super fun and lots of puzzles to get through. Teens had a great time as well as Moms! Great character actors, plus nice hints (if you need them).Thank you for a fun afternoon!Babbette
We had a fantastic time solving the train heist! These escape rooms are incredibly detailed and well designed in terms of puzzles, props, and scenarios. The facility is clean and well maintained, and the staff are delightful. I can not recommend The Secret Chambers highly enough!Marcia
Project panic was an extremely exciting and fun experience!!! I came here with a couple of friends (group of 5) and we tried the White House defusal room. I really enjoyed the backstory they gave to the room which tied in very nicely with the layout of the room and the clues in it. The clues itself in the room very creative and very high tech and I was consistently surprised at the level of quality of the props that were used. You could see the amount of time and effort the creators put into making it.Eric M.
The room was exciting and challenging and my friends i were able to just escape! Our operator Robert was also very helpful whenever we got stuck on certain clues. (Give him a raise! Haha) we really enjoyed our time here and would definitely come back and check out the other rooms!
We had the opportunity to go try out one of their rooms that was about a device planted inside of the White House. It requires teamwork, a lot of brain power, and the use of a lot of creative thinking. The room was a lot of fun and we’d definitely go again.JHU