Nautilus
60out
135 S Western Avenue, Los Angeles, CA
2-6 players
Duration: 60 minutes
Difficulty: medium

A Ship is lost without it's Captain, but the twist and turns of the sea deliver you and your team to this state-of-the-art, abandoned ship. It's got a bit of a personality, but you don't mind, as long as you're safe from what lurks in the ocean.

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79/100
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I LOVE 60out rooms and this will always be my go to company for an amazing escape room experience. With this being said, I don’t think this is their best room. The newer rooms like Nautilus seem to favor production value over puzzle quality, so you end up with an amazing set and a really immersive experience, but there isn’t much in the room that’s legitimately challenging. Instead of figuring things out, you’re mostly following a set of expected steps to progress through the story. So “A” for the set and immersion factor. “C+” for the puzzles. If you’re into rooms for the immersion factor, this is a great room to try. But if you’re looking for challenging puzzles, try Da Vinci’s Secret, Dracula, Grandma’s Master Plan, or any one of 60out’s more difficult rooms. This room is good for beginners, but experts will likely find it to be not challenging enough.
71/100
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68/100
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