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...
fantastic escape roomPaul
Dirty, not well ventilated and the staff are horrible .NeverAgain
I went here a couple of days ago, with my friends, and we all enjoyed the experience. We booked online, and the process went pretty smoothly. Out of our group of 5, three of us were new to escape rooms and this was my first time trying one. I forgot our clue master's name, but he was very friendly and explained the rules clearly. We tried the "Outbreak" room, and it was fun even though we didn't finish. One of my friends thought that the interface towards the end was hard to use, which I agreed with. Besides that, however, it was a delightful experience, and we agreed that we might go back to try a different room in the future.Vicky
I went here not too long ago - TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. The host was very nice, but other than that, nothing redeemable about the actual game experience. First, the rooms barely had any decor or props, leading to an experience that had NEGAGTIVE immersive vibe. The puzzles were mundane, boring, and lackluster. There was barely any storytelling. I have NO idea why these other reviewers are praising this room since it was terrible. If you want a high quality escape room in NYC, look somewhere else (ie The Escape Game, BrainXscape etc.)LL
Easy to download, quick response from company in getting files sent to my email. After viewing videos for setup, game was awesome for both kids and adults. TrueType a great way to spend Halloween weekend. Thanks!Jenna
Teacher friends! I wanted to share with you an amazing company that I love! Lock Paper Scissors creates ready to print and play escape rooms. I have purchased all of the available games and they are some of the most fun my kids have all year. This is a great way to play together and build community while exercising critical thinking skills. Check it out!Kirsten