This was our 44th escape room (with a couple of replays) and the second time we've played Foster's Fortune (the previous time was 3+ year ago when we played with only 3 players, so it was like we were playing it for the first time). We were reminded why The Mystery Mansion (and their satellite, Escape Unknown) are the best in town.
This time we played with 6 people (including 2 first-timers who excelled), which worked well for a non-linear game with as many clever and diverse clues as this game has. We were "on" tonight and able to finish the room with 13:37 remaining, and inadvertently skipped two locks but were able to bypass them and complete the room anyway. Our game master (Chris) provided one set of hints on a specific puzzle, but also helped explain (during the game) a couple of things that happened when everyone didn't see a specific puzzle get solved. That added to the experience since we weren't all in the same place at the same time. The room has some unique and interesting puzzles and everything worked well (the Mystery Mansion seems to take pride in being the best in Little Rock). The game master described Foster's Fortune as their 3rd hardest room (of 8, including Escape Unknown) and despite our escape we experienced a definite challenge. Another excellent Mystery Mansion experience!