The following escape rooms in Denver are ADA compliant.
Ugh, this room drives me crazy, because I am really sad my team didn't beat it.RN
That being said, it's a really good room. It's just high difficulty. They use psychology in clever ways to add challenge to the room, you can tell research was done here. Also a fairly high level of set design, as there is a physical component to this room.
This is one of the few rooms where I would recommend 5 players, or a minimum of 4 experienced ones. There is a puzzle that will lock up 3 players for a significant amount of time, which is rare, and you need the others working on other stuff.
Awesome puzzles and great staff!Ron
🙋♀️I hosted a team~building event at the Arvada location and we had a blast! It was fun to see the group work together in creative ways to solve the 🧐🎯🔎 problems and "escape" ! 😷Masks and all - it was a great experience! Thanks so much for having us!👍 We will be back! 🤜🔥🤛Cheryl
We've now done all three rooms at the Arvada location and loved them all. My husband and I are pretty into escape rooms - we've done over 25 rooms - and these are really worth the visit. Creative puzzles that we'd never seen before. I think of the three Experiment C73 might be our favorite but it's hard to choose! Will definitely be trying all the rooms at the other location as well.paige378
This was my second time in a Conundrum room and both times were 5 star. The detail and the design of the rooms is really impressive. There is a variety of different tasks to figure out and they way in which you make things work in very creative. I've done escape rooms at two other places as well, but this place is the best by far. I would 100% recommend this place.Ashley
I did the Sector X room and returned for The Terminal, both experiences were so fun! They put so much effort into building a quality room, the puzzles are challenging but make for an experience you'll want to come back for!Anthony