Hyde Circus
60out
1333 W Temple St., Los Angeles, CA
2-6 players
Duration: 60 minutes
Difficulty: medium

STEP RIGHT UP! Welcome to HYDE CIRCUS: We’ve got fortune tellers, wild beasts, and magical moments you just have to see for yourself! But you better hurry, because the circus will be closing its doors very soon. Some cruel individual has been taking large sums of money from the establishment, but we think we hired the right crew to solve the mystery at hand! Save Hyde Circus! The world wouldn’t be the same without it!

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78/100
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The newer 60out rooms like Hyde seem to favor production value over puzzle quality. This room is all about an immersive experience. The set design and immersion factor in this room are AMAZING. The space is large, the props and decor are phenomenal, and the transitions are really interesting. The puzzles, unfortunately, are just so-so. They’re interactive, high-tech, and on-theme, but they are not especially challenging and it feels like you’re just going through a series of easy to figure out steps to complete an experience rather than actively figuring stuff out. We had the same feeling about Nautilus. I think Hyde is still a really good room and worth trying for the decor and experience alone. But don’t expect to be especially challenged. Good room for beginners.
78/100
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80/100
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77/100
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75/100
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Summary: A good, immersive, moderate difficulty room for non-beginners. Puzzles: Many unique and fun puzzles. Puzzles were on theme. Immersion: Great set with mostly tech puzzles. Execution: A few fiddly tech and door locks. There was one ghost prop that caused confusion. It turns out the tech broke on that prop so they removed it from the puzzle but didn't remove it from the set. When we asked for a hint about it, we didn't get any response from the gamemaster. Group size: We barely finished in time with a group of 2. A group of 3 experienced may be better. Most of the room was non-linear except for the end.
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