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 Washington, D.C. and find out what will your contribution be!
Train Robbery game is my favorite game now! It has many puzzles for all players to solve, cool effects with the best story elements. We had to push our wits to come up with clever solutions in order to solve a riddle. Escape rooms are awesome in general and this one is a precious gem among them all!
We had a team bonding activity with my colleagues and loved it very much! At the beginning you just walk around and explore the gaming room. Once you find your first clue, you just follow the series of puzzles. They are connected to each other and it helps you to understand what is your next step. The game masters watch you during the whole time and will give hints only if you ask for them. We asked for 2 clues because we did not want to lose our time. If you like brain teasers and mysteries, definitely try this place!
I went with a large group of people, and we really enjoyed this room. We had small groups working on several clues at once. Our only complaint was some of the clues were too difficult, and the hint didn't help us that we spent a majority of the last 20 minutes in the room stuck. It was one of the most detailed escape rooms I've been to, and if you are looking for a challenge, i recommend it!!Liz
Ryan was our game master and he was very helpful (I was in Operation Casino with my 6 year old). We didn’t make it out but had a blast!Jenni
Fantastic experience! We did "Mystery Mansion" with four people and were about 90 seconds shy of finishing in time. Meghan was our host and she did a great job making sure we had fun. Highly recommend and we'll definitely return!Kevin O.
So good! I did the mystery mansion here and I plan to return for the others! The people were nice and they even started the game when we showed up too early.Lynnette R.