The Grace Building, The Concourse, 1114 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York ()
By Subway: Use the B,D,F, or M trains and exit at the 42nd Street, Bryant Park stop for closest subway access. Clue Chase is also a short walk from Grand Central Terminal or the Times Square, 42nd Street subway stations.
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Alien Encounter is the only game that I played at Clue Chase, but I have played many other escape games before. This room was one of the largest I've ever been in. The hint system is really unique and the puzzles are definitely imaginative and tech forward. My biggest problem with the room was that the clues were sometimes really vague and the game flow was almost all linear. So while the room can physically fit 12 people, there aren't enough simultaneous activities to keep that many people engaged. It's probably best with a total of 4-6 players.RP
It is July, 2053. We are being watched.
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