Frequently Asked Questions
Will I actually be locked inside of a room?
No! The first door of the room will remain unlocked. We want everyone to feel comfortable in the room (and not claustrophobic). The game is meant to be immersive and fun (and affordable)!
The Game Master will not be in the room with you either, but instead will be in an adjoining room where he/she can see you on the camera and can communicate through a microphone.
Will I be in a room with people I don’t know?
No! The room is designed to fit somewhere between 2-10 people (with the ideal range being 4-8).
We want you to enjoy your time and recommend you doing the room with YOUR family and friends!
Have a group larger than 10? Book two hours and take advantage of our party room as you divide into multiple teams and compete against each other to figure out who can gt out the fastest.
Are all rooms suitable for children?
We are family owned and operated and both Joe and Jesse work with children daily. As teachers we decided that even though zombies, serial killers, and the like are fun, that we wanted all of our rooms to also be enjoyable for children.
Our themes are not meant to be scary (it's not college tuition!). In, fact many kids love the idea of having a birthday party at an escape room. So tell you kids to put their phones down, and get off the video game consoles and actually go out and do something!
I've never done an escape room How Does it Work?
Each room is an hour long. The theme of the room is always different, but there are a few basic guidelines:
-You Have 1 Hour to Get out of the room to complete the objective (escape, leave with something, set off an alarm, etc).
Stuck? Use your clues. we'll give you three of them.
-In general, once you use an object in the room you're done with it! You don't have to use something for more than one clue.
If it's bolted down, it's meant to stay in place. We are not hiding clues in electrical outlets, you don't have to punch holes in the wall, or dismantle anything! Use some common sense, but some things are not always what you expect them to be!