7620 E McKellips Road Scottsdale, AZ, 85257 ()
There are a wealth of great room escape options in the East Valley and Lockdown rates among or at the top of the list. Our team completed the Theft and Samurai rooms and were thoroughly impressed by each of them. The puzzles are clever, engaging, and challenging. Better yet, they truly feel as if they are organic and belong in their environments.Steve
What sets Lockdown apart from other escape rooms is their commitment and attention to a particular aesthetic. They have realized that challenge does not have to detract from the overall immersion of a room escape experience. Their design principles are a welcome change from the many rooms where escaping the zombie apocalypse, a fallout shelter, or an alien research facility requires the unlocking of a half dozen bike locks.
Lockdown is a challenging, affordable, and engaging option for a group room escape. Their staff is friendly, enthusiastic, and welcoming. We will surely be back to enjoy their other experiences.
For centuries, the Shogun, chief military commander of the Japanese army was the nominal ruler of the country, until 1868, when the shogunate was terminated and the ruling power was returned to the emperor. The last Shogun, Tokugawa Yoshinobu, as a sign of resignation, took apart his armor and spent his last years in peaceful retirement.
There’s a myth about Tokugawa’s secret oath: should any time the three most influential families of Japan provide him unanimous support, he, or his descendants return to power and take over control of Japan in case the emperor or the government lead the country to devastation.
Hired by one of these families, you’re task is to find and re-assemble Tokugawa’s armor to activate his secret followers’ society – a small, but an incredibly influential group of people in Japan, who only wait for this sign for more than a decade to regain control of the Japanese empire.