Some people say three is already a crowd, but not when it comes to escape rooms! If your group has twelve or more players, rooms below are ready to accommodate you. Great for a corporate team building event.
Fyi to set expectations, my friends and I have done several dozen escape rooms. Not sure experts but not new to the scene either.Calvin
We loved the puzzles. They were refreshing compared to some of the overused ones we've seen. They did an EXCELLENT job with the startup tech theme. Lots of jokes that techies are sure to love. But if you're not from the startup world, you'll still be able to enjoy the puzzles and story without feeling lost.
Great for group sizes 5-8. The first few puzzles are a little linear to get everyone warmed up, but the following ones can be parallelized so everyone's working on something and not feeling bottlenecked.
Definitely would recommend!
Silicon Valley's Startup Escape room is a love letter to the Product Hunt generationZara
With such a market saturation of Escape Rooms, it was really refreshing to find one that cultivates such innovation. The concept of launching your startup and a set amount of money is such a nice change of pace from the generic murder or end of world scenarios that seem to dominate the landscape. Thought this balanced difficulty and entertainment extremely well, and look forward to seeing more from the creator down the road!Matt
Ryptic's latest gape, Escape from the Asylum, was so much fun! The decor was spot on - they did a great job recreating the feel of an asylum. And the puzzles kept us busy and engaged the entire time. Definitely worth checking out!Tati
Very clever room and a lot of fun. Our game leader Taylor was probably the best host we've had and we've done a lot of escape rooms. He subtly nudged you in the right direction in such a clever intelligent way and allowed us to still figure out the puzzles and rooms ourselves. I highly recommend.Tiffany
Such a fun way to spend an afternoon! This room had an interesting twist on conventional escape rooms - instead of simply trying to escape with your group, you are competing with other groups at the same time! The room was furnished just like an asylum an had lots of fun electronics to play with.Zeba
I played the game with 15 of my friends and we were split into four different teams. Although we failed to escape in time, our team had fun working together to solve all the puzzles. It's a challenging room and you definitely have to think outside the box in ways I didn't expect.
Also, the staff were really enthusiastic, friendly, and awesome. They help you out during the game with little hints and nudges if you get stuck. Overall, I had an enjoyable experience and highly recommend it.