ENIGMA Players: 2 Difficulty: 6/10 *Great for date night!
noun: enigma; plural noun: enigmas
a code or thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to understand.
(This room was formerly at our old location at 811 South W. S. Young)
During World War II, the only way Allied forces were able to gain the
upper hand over the enemy is through the decoding of their cryptic
messages. It took very special people, highly intelligent people, to
decipher these codes. You and your partner are such people and are
tasked with decoding the latest cryptic message. But hurry! This
message was just discovered and now you have only 60 minutes to
crack the code and save 3 various targets from all over the world.
Their fate is in your hands.
Players: 3 to 4 Difficulty: ?/10
*This room requires at least 3 players.
No children 17 and under (this includes toddlers and infants).
Do you deserve to live? You've got 60 minutes to free yourselves and escape - how much blood will you shed to stay alive?
**Disclaimer** Everyone will be shackled (with a quick release for safety) and playing in the dark for part of the game. If you choose to forgoe the shackles and dark you can do so by forfeiting your first 15 minutes of game play and cannot have a position on our leaderboard.
*A booking for less than 4 participants does NOT buy the entire room.
Now booking! OPENS APRIL 3rd!
CELL BLOCK 9
Players: 2 to 6 Difficulty 7/10
*Requires 2 (two) paying adults to play this room.
Imagine being locked up for a crime you didn't commit and are
now awaiting your time in a holding cell on your way to death
row. Your friends plan an elaborate scheme to get you out by
breaking into the sheriff's office at night. Using nothing but
your communication skills to solve the clues to find a key and
unlock the jail door to get you out. You have 1 opportunity,
1 hour and 1 chance to escape before the sheriff returns and
you all ride ole' sparky.
Players: 4 to 10 Difficulty: 8/10
The story of the boy who lived…isn’t over yet. Was “He Who Must
Not Be Named” really defeated? Wormtail kept a piece of “You know
who’s” soul and hid it deep inside the castle. You and your team of
students are on a quest to discover the secret passage to the
8th Horcrux to truly defeat the dark lord. The Muggle born
Escape Room meets the magic of the Wizarding World.
Hint: Gaze into the crystal ball.
*This is a Harry Potter themed room and you do NOT have to
know anything about HARRY POTTER to play the room, but you will LOVE the magic!
Come in CosPlay and receive an Extra Clue when playing!
Players: 5 to 11 Difficulty: 8/10
Use your detective skills in a race to collect evidence and solve
whodunnit in this part murder mystery part Escape Game
thriller! Can you escape in time before the murderer catches
up to you and kills again? Welcome to the The Escape Room
version of the board game CLUE.
**This room holds up to 11 people. A reservation for less than
eleven does NOT book the entire room unless booking a private
room. *This is NOT the same CLUE game previously located in Waco/Robinson.
Players: 4 to 7 Difficulty: 7/10
In 1971, Dan Brown (also known as D. B. Cooper), was as sly
and cunning of a thief as they come. Per newspapers and
stories of the time it is said that he stole an unknown amount
of gold from right under the noses of the United States
government. It is rumored that Dan took refuge in the
wilderness to wait out the search only to never be heard from
again. The government didn’t give up searching for Dan…and
neither have you or your team. Now you are in a race to find
Dan Brown’s hideout and the stolen loot before the government does.