Great room. Great theme. Just as others have posted, the owners did an amazing job making the most out of the space. My wife and I escaped with about 12 minutes left, and we are pretty experienced (100 rooms). Overall, great immersion, great use of props and tech, tons of fun. Don’t miss this room. A must do in the Denver area.
Book of Souls was a small room, but it did alot with the space provided. The puzzles were interesting and varied, and the decor was solid without being anything super flashy. I found myself wanting more at the end, but otherwise this was a really fun room. If you are in the Denver area, it's worth a visit!
The room is dark and makes for seeing very difficult. The clues would have been just as difficult to solve without the low light so that impediment was annoying but atmospherically made it awesome. There are unique methods in this room that annoyingly don’t match the story line which if someone is paying attention to the story line you don’t think about something being ‘electrified’ but clearly requires a suspension of disbelief. Some of the clues required you to be short, very thin, and a very small head.
This one was lot of fun. For a fairly small room, there are sure a lot of puzzles and unique twists on some of the puzzles. They do a great job maximizing the space, and combining high tech puzzles with mechanical puzzles. Everything is linear, which I always find more enjoyable. Overall, a very enjoyable and engaging room.
Lots of reviews will say the same things I will. Our favorite at this location. It's a small space but doesn't feel like it - they do a fantastic job of fitting a ton of content. The puzzles are well integrated and a lot of fun to play through.
Definitely would recommend if you're in the area.
One of my favorite rooms in the Denver area. Great room for beginners and folks who want to be wow'd by great interactive puzzles. We were able to do this room with just 2 people, but I think 4 is ideal. Rooms at this location are a bit on the smaller side, so too many people will make things difficult and not enough puzzles for folks to do since the rooms are linear. What got me was the brilliant puzzles and variety of them that weren't just lock and key. Every GM at this location were amazing as well!
Love love loved this game! The room was small, but it didn’t feel like it in the slightest. There was still plenty to do, and several dramatic reveals. There was one prop that needed to be used twice, but it hid itself again after the first use; very annoying.