Mathematically speaking, twelve is a highly complex number. But when it comes to escape rooms, a dozen of players will be able to tackle anything! The only obstacle to overcome is listening to each other and working as a united front.
We went on Saturday night with bunch of my friends ( group of 7) and had an Amazing time! That was our first Escape Room experience and rooms is definitely very challenging but Fun! Great story line and very creative room design it really takes you the the Old Circus atmosphere...Anastasia B.
The staff was extremely nice and friendly:)
We had a great time in the Abandoned Circus escape room! The décor was very detailed and the puzzles were challenging. Can't wait to go back to the Tesla's Mystery room!steviebling
Tried the "Secrets of the Circus" room with wife and son, and got teamed up with other guests ... very challenging but tons of fun. Would highly recommend!William H
Did this Saturday with family and friends for my bday we had a blast from the past we had fun I definitely would recommend and I am now on a quest to try other onesVictoria Brown
In my escape room experience of 212 games, Thai Prison and Jack the Ripper are among The best and most poslished games I have seen. Thai Prison, being a standout in the prison game genre, is an intense and immersive experience that requires players to think as though they were actually escaping a prison, creating a uniquely immersive and interactive game. Jack the Ripper is an eerie and atmospheric horror game requiring players to puzzle through the age old mystery of the identity of Jack the Ripper in a way that feels organic and realistic, while being a cerebral and challenging puzzle game. Intense, immersive, and intelligent, Mindescape is a venue so devoted to their craft, and this devotion shines in each puzzle and interaction of both games. The gamemasters were also excellent, shout outs to Maya and Cameron for being particularly observant over our group and giving us great hints. The introduction for Thai Prison aced by Maya was humorous and a nice touch, and Cameron was incredibly helpful in working with my solo run of Jack the Ripper, acting as an invaluable helper when I did not have enough hands to succeed. The designer of the games was on site and incredibly friendly, able to adapt Jack the Ripper to accommodate the aforementioned solo run. Mindescape is venue not to be missed, and I would heavily suggest checking out both games if you are ever in the area. You will not be disappointed.Shawn Elisha Simmons
Best Time EVER! My friends and I that grew up together in the 80’s went. We had a blast! We were in Philly for the weekend and this was by far the Best thing we did!Team Tequila