Difficulty Level: 8/10
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Since this location is in a commercial building, it's a bit tricky to get into. Make sure you give yourself ample time to check-in with security and have your photo ID ready or else you will not be able to enter. The waiting area is quite comfortable as there's some puzzles for you to play with while waiting for your game master to start the game. The game masters are also playing their roles quite well as they take you into a time travel warp. You'll get debriefed with a background story in the waiting area on their TV. "The Egyptian Tomb" room was very immersive. The props felt like it was from a theatrical set and you are actually trapped in a tomb. We only had three people but was lucky enough to get a private room to ourselves. However, we didn't have enough time to finish the puzzles, as we were definitely short-handed. My feeling is that you will probably need a minimum of 4 people to successfully escape. This is the first escape room that we've tried with a lot of high tech equipment involved and it was a real eye-opener for us. This is also the first room where we didn't have to use too many traditional locks. So if you are person that's in love with the feeling of opening locks, this might not be for you. Also, for every room you try, Clue Chase will give you a "key" piece to a puzzle which you can assemble once you solve all four of their rooms. This will allow you to receive the last "prize". It's a clever way to keep you coming back for more.
ETR Overall rating: 8.5/10
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