Difficulty Level: 7/10
Public/Private: Public/ Private
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Read our review of the "Jack the Ripper" room to find out more about this escape location. After successfully escaping the "Jack the Ripper" room, we were starving and needed to eat something. Fortunately for us, we had an hour before out next and final room for the day. We stumbled upon an incredible Omakase place just a couple blocks away called "Sakana Japanese Cuisine" (see photos below).
After refueling our system, we headed back in time for our next room - "Thai Prison" which starts your group off into two separate parties. We were paired with two other people and they split us up to work with them. It was great for team building and compromising as we really needed to work together to escape. The puzzle design for this room was great! It actually felt like I was inside of a prison trying to escape using my surroundings. The storyline was very interesting and the puzzle challenges were creative. Obviously, since you are in a progressive type escape room, the game was linear from start to finish. Overall, we enjoyed "Thai Prison" more than "Jack the Ripper" mainly due to the flow of the gameplay. We can't wait to come back and try MindEscape's new room "Alice In Wonderland: In the Nick of Time" .
ETR Overall rating: 8.5/10
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Disclosure: We thank Mindescape for comping our tickets for this game. Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.