What are these "escape rooms" everyone's been raving about? You finally decided to find out for yourselves and book one. Everyone has to start somewhere! Here is a list of all escape rooms for beginners in Los Angeles. Experienced players can also pretend to be newbies and enjoy a balanced combination of puzzles and props.
So much fun for the kiddos and adults!!! Good place for birthday parties! Highly recommend it and there is a groupon for this too!Jeanett
Brought my son here for his 13th birthday and we had a blast. Definitely would come back again.Danyel
Abyss is so much fun! It's very tech related and the puzzles aren't like the other puzzles in other rooms. You have to really think what you would have to do in that situation. Also, the simulations are really cool. You feel that you are truly going under water, because the capsule moves slightly to give you that feel. If you are very claustrophobic I'd advise against this room, as the space is kind of small. Not extremely small, spacious enough for 2 people to move around, but not a lot. Very fun maze room. Highly recommend.Barbara A.
Girlfriend I did 'The Abyss' room. The maze was perfect for us being new to escape rooms. It got our brains spinning quite a bit but looking back at it, it wasn't as difficult as it should have been for us. It was good for beginners. Definitely a fun time and left us wanting to come back to try the other rooms outTimothy B.
My group of four decided to do the Wanted: Dead or Alive, the western theme. The difficulty is listed as a medium, and we barely escaped! Our game master was really patient with us and we enjoyed the game a lot. I've done 50+ rooms and the quality in the room is there! My friends and I will continue to do more of your rooms.Paulene L.
We have completed two of their rooms and had a great time in both. We have their third room booked for this weekend and can't wait!David M