Don't worry: this is not a history lesson, so you won't need to write a report about what happened in 1861 or remember the names of all British kings. In these escape rooms, you will be transported to a different era. A meaningful plot will make your heart race a little faster, and the atmosphere will stimulate the thought process. Will you change the course of history?
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We did the zoom version of Time Machine and Nautilus for a work activity. It was a lot of fun, I would recommend Nautilus if you want to feel more in the storyline, although Time Machine is more difficult. This is a great activity if you want to connect with your people during quarantine.Alex
By almost any measure, the nautilus and time machine rooms were very good escape rooms. Do they have faults? Yes. The "kraken" you battle in the Nautilus looks like an original Nintendo character, reminding you of a 90s video game as opposed to an immersive experience. And many parts of the Time Machine room feel like an underwhelming museum exhibit. But overall, these are above average escape rooms that in most other cities would be top-of-the-line.RoomEscapist
I would say these are perfect escape rooms for new participants. They are immersive, and creative, and generally fun. They will deliver solid experiences to establish what escape rooms are all about.
For experienced gamers, however, these rooms were let downs. The puzzles were too straightforward and predictable, These rooms were linear to a fault. And the production value does not match the leaders in the city (Questroom and the Basement). That said, 60Out offers reasonable pricing and still very enjoyable experiences. I expect to return for some of their more advanced rooms such as Jumanji.
Myself and 4 other adults just did Wanted: Dead or Alive at the Del Amo site tonight and my husband and I with our 3 teens did The Sword of Hattori a month ago and had a blast. Tonight was my 5th escape room and I have to say the rooms at Back in Time have been my favorite, having so many details and clever surprises. I like that escape rooms are such a great bonding activity that allow us to think together through and talk about what happened after over dinner. My favorite room so far is The Sword of Hattori Hanzo. I'm looking forward to the next birthday or special event as an excuse to go to another room at Back in Time!darcie63
We had such an amazing time at Back in Time Escape Rooms. First off, I didn't know there was an escape room in the South Bay! So, in planning for a fun activity for our group, I was able to find this place so close to work. We had an amazing time! We did the room where we had to find the sword. That room was challenging but fun! Our group loved it. We were sooooooo close, that we even got bonus time! Sadly, we still didn't get out. In any case, it really brought our team together, and we are looking to come back soon to experience Area 51 =)Mona Lisa A.
I had my daughter's Birthday Party there yesterday and the kids (more like teenagers) had an amazing time! The games were fun, the party room was great and the staff was fantastic!A C.
For this age group, I would suggest the Witches of Salem, though they really enjoyed "the Sword of Hattori Hanzo" very much as well, they just needed a bit more time to complete it. We will soon be back to try the "Inside Area 51". Did I already mention the staff? :) They were amazing, friendly, caring and on top of everything. I highly recommend it!