Imagine the world we know coming to an end in a matter of hours. What would we do? Book an escape room, of course! Inspired by movies and books about possible future outcomes, people are ready to take control in escape rooms. Who knows, one day these survival skills might come in handy...
Booking was easy, workers were nice and informative, worth the money. We played Shelter R, which was a dystopian, survival epic adventure. My friends and I will definitely be back to play the other rooms!Alyssa
We did the Virus room with ten people, most of whom had done an escape room before. We did not have a problem solving the puzzles and got out with over 35 minutes to spare.Brian
We had a good time, but the room was too short, we found. We were always moving forward, and did not get stuck for very long on any of the puzzles. There were a variety of locks and a variety of puzzles, none of which were particularly challenging.
I LOVE this place. Totally surpassed my idea of what an escape room could be. All 3 rooms are so different and have their own specific styles of play.Christopher
The Shelter had us scratching our heads and when we figured out the right thing to do it was so exciting. Very challenging and super well made.
I've done Shelter-R and Medieval Dungeon. The designs of the rooms are amazing. They obviously put a lot of effort into the atmosphere. The ambient sounds/music are cool too. Each room also has multiple rooms so that's always fun.Ali
What's challenging about these rooms is it's hard to tell in what order the clues go in or sometimes it's not clear how one thing is leading to the other.
When we did Shelter-R we were one clue shy of making it out. The guy that worked there came in at the end and asked us if we had any questions about the game or the clues (which is standard in an escape room). He was super excited to explain the whole backstory and plot which made the room make a lot more sense.
Normally in escape rooms there a screen that has the remaining time and clues that can pop up if you ask. There aren't screens in these rooms (maybe they don't want to mess up the atmosphere?) so you don't know how much time you have left until you get down to 5 minutes and then 2 minutes because it's announced. Also, for clues they announce it over the loud speaker and you have to tell them where you are in the game.
I've done a lot of escape rooms, and this is definitely a fun one! My family and I did the The Virus along with two strangers, and we escaped with 12 minutes to spare. The theming was good (I especially liked entering blindfolded), and the puzzles weren't too difficult. It's not one of the best ever, but it's definitely a lot of fun.Kelly
We did the Shelter R room. Even though we died, it was one of the best experiences ever. Will go back soon!Shonette