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.
had so much fun. we didn't solve it... but we are definitely going back to get the job done!Lisa
Booked a team bonding event here for my office, and it was a lot of fun! We have a smaller team (6 people) so we felt this was the perfect activity. Ryan, the owner, was very friendly upon our arrival. The lobby area was huge and had a bunch of cool puzzles on the table to play with while you wait for your hour to start in the escape room.Olivia I.
We booked The Cell and I have to say, it was hard! But we still managed to figure out all the puzzles and were only 1 away from escaping, but overall, it was a lot of fun! The puzzles were hard, but once you figure one out, you have that "Aha!" moment and feel pretty good about yourself, lol. The puzzles and the escape room were very cleverly and creatively thought out, and I'd love to come back to try out the other escape room they have.
Thanks for a great time!
Just had a great time with some friends doing the "Rise of the Mad Pharaoh". Really creative puzzles with some great Egyptian magic! Took 5 friends that had never been done an escape room before and they loved it.Jeremy
I played Rise of the Mad Pharoah with a group of friends this past week and it was INCREDIBLE! Everybody worked to their strengths as the clock wore down. The puzzles were just hard enough for us. The actual room looked like something out of a film - great decor and some fun "easter eggs" to discover.Andrea
Now if only I could get temporary amnesia so I could play it again! (ha)
Had a great time at Escape Routes tonight! There were 4 of us in the room and had a lot of fun. Will definitely be back to try the next room!Diane
By far one of the best escape rooms in Seattle! In this one, it wasn't US who needed to escape - instead we needed to solve a puzzle in the room to help someone ELSE escape from somewhere else... can't say more than that, wouldn't want to spoil the fun! There's an engaging story with cleverly integrated roles for each of the attendees, unique puzzles that stand out from the usual barrage of combination locks, all put together by a warm and friendly curator (Seth) who loves what he does, and truly cares about the experience you have. AND - there's free parking right across the street. Can't beat that! A remarkable experience, superb for team-building and for bonding with family and friends! Good for kids, too - I'm planning on returning with my nine year-old.Stephen