All our rooms are private, so you won't be paired with strangers!
Your favorite uncle, Thaddeus Baldur, disappeared back in 1994 while on an archeology expedition in the Andes Mountains in Southern Chile. Rumor has it, he was on the verge of a remarkable discovery. Recently, two hikers found a page from Baldur’s journal at the base of a river bed just outside a mine shaft that’s known to locals as “The Dragon’s Lair.” Go there and try to find some answers to the mystery that has plagued your family for decades.
I've done several Maze Rooms escape rooms and in general find them to be hit or miss (I guess a lot depends on the specific designer). Typically I prefer 60out, but Dragon's Lair is definitely a hit and one of the best that I've done from Maze Rooms. The set design is fantastic, it's extremely immersive and atmospheric. The puzzles are relevant, challenging, and for the most part intuitive. There is a good range of puzzles including some pretty innovative ones, and very few standard lock and key puzzles. There is a good back story and the progression of the rooms makes sense. We did it with two people, had to ask for a couple of hints, and just barely got out with seconds to spare, so it's definitely a good challenge. Would highly recommend.