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...
Had so much fun with the Mad Scientist Room today. First time doing an escape room as a family, and our 8 and 11 year old kids were able to contribute to most parts of the challenge. Only needed help once and finished with 9 seconds to spare! Highly recommended!Mike
I took my daughter and her two friends to the Mad Scientist adventure and we saved the world! It was fun and exciting for them. They are in 5th grade and did just fine figuring out clues! Take your kids to this experience... They will love it!!!!Kristina
We had a great time saving the world from Professor Manifesto's twisted invention! Our team was 3 kids ages 9-13, and 2 moms... and it was very fun collaborating and problem-solving together. I highly recommend Quest Factor!Emily
Biohazard was so much fun we had a blast. We didnt win but we were close! We we want to try all the rooms! !azialei
This was so much fun. A group of my coworkers went last night and did the Biohazard room. We are definitely planning in going again but trying out the Redmond location.Lee
I was in town visiting friends and they recommended doing FLEE Escape in Seattle while I was here. We had a really good time. We picked the BioHazard room, which was chockfull of creative puzzles that were both fun and challenging to solve. Kudos to the team behind Flee Escape. The room, including the back story, the puzzles and the team dynamic required, was put together quite well that everything just worked.JS