This room (and “Seven Dwarfs” Mining Mission) redefined the word “immersive” to us. It made me feel like I need to re-review other rooms because the bar has been raised so high.
The puzzles were excellent. There is a wide variety of puzzles involving different skillsets and thought processes. It wasn’t repetitive and it wasn’t predictable. They were just good, tricky puzzles.
The environment is incredible. The use of audio and lighting and physical products is near-perfect. There are elements in the room that I have WISHED in the past that others would include and perhaps they just weren’t brave enough to. We did feel there was a slight over-use of technology in one puzzle and the smallest of environmental errors if you’re looking, and I would make one tweak to the exit door. But they’ve done such a good job everywhere else these are really nit-picky things.
The staff has limited involvement here because the hint system is a button on the wall that displays the hint on the screen – we didn’t need any hints in this room! The involvement he did have at the beginning was flawless and set the scene for the room. The staff are incredible at this location.
We’d rate this room a medium and it will accommodate four players comfortably.
The overall fun was incredible. We were absolutely blown away by this room and encourage anyone from Montreal to Toronto to Ottawa to make the trip to this location and book a double-header. It’s worth it!
This room made our list of the Best Immersive Escape Rooms.
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