NOTE: This room has been replaced and no longer exists.
Their description: Framed. Set-up. Betrayed. Wrongly imprisoned in the sheriff’s office, you will be sentenced in court the next morning for a murder that you did not commit. Will you be able to escape before then?
This is quite a good beginner’s escape room, but even experienced teams should enjoy parts of it.
The storyline is basically negligible, and one or two puzzles seem a little arbitrary. However, this is more than made up for by a chain of clues at the end, which are structured and flow very well — making for one of the most satisfying endgames I’ve experienced. If you like to end your escape room experiences on a triumphant high, this is a good one to try.
RECOMMENDED for beginners, not bad for experienced teams either.
Puzzle difficulty: 3/5
Puzzle logic: 4/5
Multimedia aspect of puzzles: 1/5
Atmosphere and setting: 3/5
Exciting flourishes, use of technology or physical aspects: 1.5/5
Storyline integration: 1/5
Their suggested number of players: 3 to 6
My suggested number of players: 3 to 4