The following escape rooms in San Diego are ADA compliant.
Really, really well done room. Looking back, I don't think there was a single combination lock - a couple of keypads, but no hanging locks. There was a great narrative to it and I have to say i just LOVED the very beginning. Great use of lighting and sound to really set the mood.Jeff
This is an amazing room to do. If you are not a big fan of locks and more locks, this is for you! The puzzles are amazing, creative, very original.Rivers Family
The room is well designed and has a very good flow on the story. Very high tech!
We had an amazing time and highly recommend this room.
Wow! What a fun and challenging room! Denzel was extremely nice and helpful! He let us know about the other room option and will be back again very soon!Natasha
So, Antidote was my first escape room, not just in Escapology, but EVER.Erin
I have almost never had so much fun! We had to do the next two rooms right then and there, and spent the rest of the afternoon having a blast.
The staff was courteous, the scenarios and equipment-use creative, and our Game Master seemed to be having as much fun as we were.
I can't say enough great things about our experience at Escapology!!!
We tried the game titled "The Lost Expedition" which was rated medium-hard as far as it's level of difficulty. Without giving anything away, we'll say that it's a lot different than what you're used to, and has a lot of parts to solving which will make your team think outside the box, communicate well, but this particular Escape Room had a particularly good "flow" as you progress through the room. We will say that the actual room used for the puzzle, are well thought out, Jason was a great host, and we all agree that this Escape Room is one of our Top 5 favorites we've ever tried. Not because we solved it, but because it was VERY fun to do! Have you ever done an Escape Room where it's a lock defeating puzzle and all you managed to do was open 15+ locks? Well, this Escape Room is far from that, and was really really interesting. Give Steal and Escape a try! We think you'll like their games A LOT! Steal and Escape's experiences cost $32/person, but we also think it was time very well spent in our humble opinion.Pat F.
So I actually ran The Lost Expedition as my first escape room ever on December 19, and while I thought I had done a bunch of research ahead of time on how escape rooms work and what to expect, this room subverted my expectations and set up a tough standard for future rooms I would do.Jason J.
Everything in the room is user-activated (really heavy arduino use), and one of the mechanics of the room actually gives the players more agency in their experience. There are no traditional padlocks or number pads. There is a critical path for the players to follow, but non-linear encounters line that path. Certain players have roles defined in the context of the game that provide a natural kick to encourage participation and communication, and I feel like that's really clever and probably doesn't get enough credit.
Jason is a great game master and clearly has the experience to know when and how to nudge versus hint, and crafted an experience for our group that felt appropriately challenging, but never frustrating. My first experience with an escape room just happened to be this one, and it was so great that I was motivated to visit a different facility on the same night. The only bummer here is that so much heart and soul has to go into the creation of each room that I don't want to come back too soon, because once I play Mysterious Stranger I'm going to have to wait until the next room is released.