1502 N Semoran Blvd Suite 160 Orlando, FL 32807 ()
A group of friends and I visited A Narrow Escape and did “The Woods” Room. We had a great time at this new venue.Jason
The highlight of the trip wasn’t the room, but the fantastic team behind the rooms that we all got to meet. The passion that this family has put into their business is evident throughout their gorgeous scenery in-room, their commitment to keeping their puzzles themed and not just a series of numbers and locks, and their genuine interest in feedback and desire to provide an excellent experience.
We were three escape room veterans and three new escapists. My crew has escaped from some pretty tough rooms in the Orlando area, all billed as the “hardest” room at their respective venues, with 10% or lower advertised escape rates. I have to say the Woods was the most challenging Room we ever encountered, by a long shot. I’m not sure how the other rooms at Narrow Escape compare to this one, but definitely go prepared for a tough challenge.
I can’t say enough good things about the people behind A Narrow Escape, all of whom worked hard throughout our escape to make sure we had a good time, and ask for genuine feedback. Top notch customer service, and some of the best scenic work I’ve seen. Check them out!
Your team has received a distress call from Edwin Hubble, a famous astronomer who lives in the Aokigahara woods. He studies the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies coinciding with Zodiac Signs in this famous Japanese forest. Mr. Hubble has requested an evac utilizing our private emergency broadcast radio. The frequency drops right before he’s able to give out the coordinates.
Your team has been assigned to venture into the woods in search of his location so you can relay to your helicopter crew the coordinates for evac. There is no sunlight left, so you must be quick to evacuate Edwin and your team before the helicopter you came in on leaves. They will wait no more than an hour in fear of the legend the forest holds within. Anyone can enter the sunrise, but no one can escape the sunset.