📖 THE STORY
It is the year 1977. In front of us stood a fallout shelter, which is the last few remaining standing buildings after US was attacked in a Nuclear war. We had no choice but to explore what was inside…
🎯 HIT THE BULLSEYE
The entryway to the room was a great mood setter for what was about to come. We always enjoy that extra touch.
Once we entered, the dim light and set design immediately captured our attention. Some props used were from that era and that really pulled us more into the story.
The game flow was great. Since this wasn't a linear room, we were able to explore separately and still come together for the important pieces of the puzzles later.
A “centerpiece” of the room became our favorite challenge to solve. It created that last moment of “urgency” we all yearn for in an escape room and gave us that final satisfied feeling when we completed the task.
🧩 MISSED THE MARK
There were a few places that we thought we were going to be “surprised” with more than meets the eye, but that could also just be our selfish desire for wanting more.
One puzzle was hard to visualize for us but we were still able to be solve it using deduction.
🏹 TAKE A SHOT?
If you love a little exploration, discovery, and excitement, you’ll want to try this room out. We were able to escape with just the two of us, but it’s best recommended to go with at least 3 people. We can’t wait to journey back for their other adventures.
Be quick and accurate.
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Disclosure: We thank Escape Games Worcester for comping our tickets for this game. Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.