You may have seen the pyramids in pictures, but this will be an entirely different story! Join archaeological expeditions to become a part of ancient history and explore lost worlds and civilizations. Are you ready to face the unknown?
Cool green colors in the first room. Gives you the vibe right away. Fun puzzles and honestly I couldn't believe that the video quality will be this good.Andrew
Highly recommended to anyone especially during the pandemic
We had a blast, loved the decorations and the clues in this game, everything was on point, felt like i was Indiana Jones hahaha. give it a shot.helbert
Interesting theme and great tasks mixed with a fun host made for some epic time. Loved the game, keep it up :)jared
Highly recommended by a team of four seven-year old girls who just found a Lost Mummy. Easy to setup, and more importantly, easy to customize. Some of the puzzles are too hard for the age group? Add some hints! Get creative. Just having these puzzles stimulate your brain into wanting to fine tune them to your audience, and I must admit, that might be more fun for the gamemaster than even playing it. Can’t wait to run the girls through Frost this chilly December.Anthony
I purchased the Hack the Room for my son's 2nd grade classroom Halloween party and it was a hit! I was able to modify the kit to make it easier for 7-8 yr olds. I also purchased The Lost Mummy kit for my daughter's 5th grade classroom Halloween party and they loved it! It was great for 10-11 yr olds! I didn't have to modify it at all. Love be how both kits were able to be customized if needed and had step by step instructions on how to do the escape rooms! I broke both classrooms into four groups of 6-8 students. I also added lock boxes. Thanks!!Jackie
My family did The Lost Mummy this weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. We've done escape rooms before and when I told my youngest daughter that we were doing one at the kitchen table, with no locks to unlock, she thought it would be totally boring. She had completely changed her mind way before the end of it and now both my girls want to create their own! I'm now working out the best way to present it to my students (I teach high school maths/science). I've bought Egyptian-themed boxes (which hubby kindly attached latches to) and combination locks... And I'm super keen to present it to my students. I'll let you all know how I get along.Megan