Nothing special, an old fashioned lock & key room. The puzzles weren't original at all, and the room wasn't very immersive. I don't feel like the designer/owner put much effort into the room at all. If you have nothing else to do, a decent way to kill an hour, but I'd recommend finding another room in the area.
Extremely immersive room with some very interesting physical puzzles. This would be a great room for beginners as it is VERY EASY, linear, and straightforward, but might still be fun for experts given the originality of some of the puzzles. This is not a puzzle heavy room but the immersion factor is through the roof. Much like the rest of the newer 60out rooms, this feels like an experience that you move through (with a clearly outlined sequence of steps) rather than an actual challenge where you have to think and solve puzzles, but the sheer novelty of some of the items in the room and how they function makes it worth checking out.
This was a pretty unique escape room. I liked the mechanic of coin collection and extending the time, which I haven't seen in other rooms. There was also a story line, although it wasn't crucial to the room. It's also on the smaller side.
Great atmosphere, decent puzzles. I enjoyed it! I really liked the set layout and decor, and I especially enjoyed the different levels. Going up and down on stair cases and climbing around made the room feel really immersive. The puzzles were ok but not amazing. Parts of it felt a bit like busywork, but others were more interesting.
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