Eight people is a reasonable amount of players for escape rooms. Everyone will find something to do: strategizing, taking charge, searching for clues, solving puzzles, cheering the team on, counting down the minutes, wandering from room to room or chatting up the game master. Book one of the rooms in Seattle and find out what will your contribution be!
Awesome quest room. I advise everyone to come down. I also want to advise you to go to the Quest Factor (https://questfactor.us/). Exciting puzzles, interesting quest plots and very nice staff.Joe
I was in a team of 8 people who split into two teams and did Eventide Departure in competition mode. There are indicators in each room that show your team's progress and the progress of the team in the other room. This extra level of competition made the game even more fun.John Rotenstein
I've done over 40 escape rooms and Eventide Departure is amongst my favourites. It's a bit "out of the box" -- they'll ask you to "just go with it", which is good advice. The room design is excellent (which might not be obvious at first), with lots of mechanisms the control the room. As an experienced team, we just got out in time, so less-experienced players will require some hints.
This escape room is terrific - realistic, challenging, immersive, great use of details and decorations and super fun. I think out of all the ones I've ever done, this is my favorite just for the atmosphere in the jail cells and how fun it is to escape. Highly recommend.Escape room fanatic
Way fun. Great staff, challenging puzzles! Great way to spend a Saturday evening with family and friends.Brad
Puzzle Break is really one of my favorite places to go. We've done 4 rooms and their street event and can't wait for new rooms to be announced.Jen
Puzzle Break is the best - their staff is amazing and the rooms are SUPER well designed. I've done a few puzzle rooms with other companies that don't even come close to the experience you get with Puzzle Break.Dani L.
I've done the 20,000 leagues under the sea, as well as the Seattle-themed World's Fair room. Both were very well designed with really unique puzzles and really really cool technology.