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Real Life Escape Room
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On your trip to Cairo, Egypt, you and your friends decide to tour one of the ancient pyramids. Against the wishes of the tour guide, your group decides to split from the guided tour and explore on your own. While exploring, you find a dusty unmarked room. You enter the room to see what’s inside, but as soon as you walk into the room the door seals shut. The air in the room begins to change as you feel the cursed pharaoh enter. You have just 60 minutes to free you and your friends from the clutches of the evil curse. Will you escape The Pharaoh’s Tomb before it’s too late? Immerse yourself in ancient Egypt with the Pharaoh’s Tomb mystery room escape. With thousands of handmade tiles adorning the walls and artifacts to be interacted with, you’ll feel the rush of legends, mysteries, and curses in this authentic experience. Find the clues, break the curse, and survive the Pharaoh’s Tomb.
All Ratings (43)
48 games played
A lot of fun and a creative room. Lots of puzzles that could be worked by a large group.
Joey and Taz were awesome!
Reviewed Oct 22, 2022
40 games played
Great Egyptian themed roomed! One of the puzzles wasn’t my favorite but overall we really enjoyed the room. The Perfect Escape is not to be missed if you’re in DFW.
Reviewed Aug 27, 2022
14 games played
You could tell the room at one point was top of the line, but years of play and players themselves has really done a number on the room. Puzzles had little to no direction at times and GM seemed irritated the whole time. If you’re a new player to escape rooms it’s a good room to dip your toes into the water with, but for experienced players you can tell where the quality sits.
Puzzles not well explained and certain ones were broken or didn’t work properly
Hard because there was very little direction when we got to new puzzles and things being broken or not working properly
Reviewed Jul 31, 2022
28 games played
This room was extremely well done and thought out. Multiple clues to be worked on simultaneously, so helped a lot with the group. There were several things to do that were not your typical figure out the riddle then input a code to open a box and I thoroughly enjoyed utilizing different types of actions to open things.
Reviewed Jun 30, 2022 | Played Jun 29, 2022
34 games played
Truly unique and you can see how much effort and thought was put into the decor. Like with all The Perfect Escape rooms, very sequential gameplay. Loved!
Reviewed Jun 27, 2022
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