Where : E Hampden Ave.
The Lowdown: Situated inside Laser Quest — beyond the air hockey tables and hyped up pre-teens and teens waiting to shoot each other with lasers — resides three escape rooms. Laser Quest is a franchise, and the escape room venture is part of that franchise as a way to entertain waiting parents, mostly. Two of the escape rooms at this particular location allow ages 12 and up, but Vacation Vandals requires at least 15 years of age to partake. Because the escape rooms come as an afterthought to the laser tag, they are considerably more easy than places that focus solely on escape rooms.
Expect to use basic cyphers and alphabet-to-number translations in your main tasks. The Best Part: Committing to 45 minutes might be easier to some, rather than the nail-biting format of the hour long adventures. A multitude of puzzles will confront you, but they take less time to solve and remain linear — meaning you will have no trouble pairing an answer with a lock.
The game masters are generous with their clues and happily provide anything from small nudges to full-on answers, if you want them. This is a no-pressure option for people curious but not fully confident in their puzzle-solving abilities.
The Lowdown: After a stint in event planning and other immersive activities, owner Alan Rushlow decided to dive into the escape room market. Themescape does not sacrifice their set design in any way — from the door that lets you into the rooms to every piece of decor inside. With a nice variety of riddles and a cohesive plot, the rooms encourage communication within the team in order to ensure all ways to process a hint are considered.
The Best Part: Immerse yourself in the theme of your room and you will feel more at home with figuring out the puzzles. The Lowdown: As the second location of Puzzah! As part of their mission to provide a clean and organized experience, Puzzah! Because of this, Puzzah! With two rooms that adhere to the 60 minute format and two that only allow 30 minutes for the live escaper with time constraints Puzzah!
The Best Part : With the automation of Puzzah! Instead of just trying to get out of the room, each task earns your team points — and a quicker completion of the task earns more points. One of the minute rooms, for instance, shows a scale of 1, to 2, points, with 1, signifying a basic level of completion and 2, showing an expert level. Some teams are able to score even higher than the expert level because the faster your team completes puzzles within the room, the more puzzles are put in your way.
Inside Kazam! Photo by Ryan Pachmayer.
With a software system in charge of hints and clues, Puzzah! Themes are: Kazam! Plus, co-owner Ryan Pachmayer commented that they hope to create rooms which reset themselves after each game — a clever notion that will again keep them ahead of the curve and ahead of your problem-solving skills. Together they built their two puzzle rooms upstairs in their small home and are the only employees.
Sounds, smells, textures and plenty of props combine to make your imagination escape from the reality of being in a small house right off east Colfax.
Unless you reserve all of the spots or contact them for a private party before Halloween, you will have to communicate and work together with strangers, raising the stakes in this thrilling escape room adventure. Adding the pressure of solving puzzles creates an hour of hilarity and self-inflicted stress, which ultimately will leave you with an adrenaline high.
This is best for those of us not suited for a truly creepy haunted house this Halloween. Epic Englewood really shines with their ability to create a story which makes more sense as you work through the room. Unlike some other rooms where the clues are loosely related to the theme, Epic ensures that adhering to the plot will help you solve the puzzles and escape.
Lobby and staircase, photo by Cori Anderson. Many of the other escape rooms are in office spaces — which are functional — but if you want more mood with your adventure, this is the place to go. This would be an outstanding spot for a date try the hardest ones for a true test of the relationship or a large group of friends before going out for drinks mental acuity is essential for successful escapes.
Where: Pearl St. Owner Mathew Sisson took advantage of a small downstairs space in an office building on the East end of Pearl and the first riddle is figuring out you have to call to gain entry through the main locked doors. Once inside, you will lose yourself in the fast-paced problem-solving that is required to successfully escape the rooms.
The Best Part: The uncertainty of which props might help with your quest. Commonly known as red herrings, the rooms resemble actual spaces more than other rooms I visited, and because of this, finding clues is the hardest part. Where: Champa St. Looking Glass Adventures Danforth Avenue. Room service.
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This was a last minute stop on our way home. The rooms were a bit dated and the bathroom was small, but I found the room to be very clean and the bed comfortable.