This was the worst Escape Room I've every done out of 37. The light in the first room didn't work and the game master told us to use our flashlights (after 30 minutes of nothing working), which didn't work either on what it was supposed to, so we spent most of the time in first room. You also needed to read, which we couldn't until we started using our flashlights. Way too dark in that room to be expected to read things. Terrible. I would not recommend this to anyone. We didn't escape b/c the room was basically broken and we've escaped much harder rooms and EVERY room within the past 7 years (34 of them). This is the lone failure due to the game being broken and I'm still bitter. I'll also add that some of the logic was quite a leap and the game just didn't flow as every other escape room I've tried.
my friends and I just recently started doing escape rooms, and we really enjoy them. our favorite genre is horror so we wanted to do one that was scary. we were told this was the second scariest room. although we all disagree about the scary part, it definitely was very cool and the rooms were beautifully decorated. 10/10 recommend for groups who wants a challenge. 5/10 for scary level.
This was my least favorite room of all time. To be fair, the experience was majorly tanked by our gamemaster who gave constant unsolicited hints. The reading is cumbersome, and they had apparently lost the (required) flashlights and made us use our own cellphone lights, aka our “holy lights”. The room looked cool, the concept is fun, but it really needs a refresh.
This room was VERY entertaining. I’ve found that certain escape rooms are meant to be just that: escape rooms. They are meant to be LIKE the real thing; they want to be real-life adjacent, not an exact replica, and I think this room does that really well. The puzzles are fun, certain ones involving methods and props I haven’t seen before. It always felt satisfying solving a puzzle and seeing doors open before us. My only complaint was the somewhat boring last room. The last couple puzzles were intriguing but the final “battle” felt a little short. Fun nonetheless, definitely check it out.
There’s not a lot of vampire rooms out there. We originally had Ghostship booked but the location had a blackout and they weren’t able to recover the room for us, so we did Dracula and we slayed! There’s some interesting tasks that needed to be performed, some I haven’t experience yet at the time. The set design was pretty neat and creepy. It was definitely not scary, just a little eery. I’d say this is a family friendly scary room.