Updated: Jun 11
📖 THE STORY
We wanted to take a journey through heaven and hell. Of course, normally people will have to die first to experience this, but we were in luck. We were put into a state of hibernation, but we only have 60 minutes to get to our defibrillators or else we’ll be dead for real….
🎯 HIT THE BULLSEYE
Another fun and exceptional idea by E-Exit. We love the creativity they have on the storylines.
The innovative ideas of “transporting” us through each space was accompany nicely by the scenery changes. The set design gave a nice contrast between heaven and hell.
This was the first time we’ve seen this particular prop being used in an escape room. It made complete sense to the storyline and we enjoyed the “journey”. Later, we saw a similar concept in an escape room in the US, but E-Exit’s was executed way better in terms of the quality and ingenuity.
E-exit liked to incorporate a lot of artwork on their walls which eventually became useful puzzle pieces. We enjoyed looking at them as they were amazing.
One puzzle design in the latter part of the game felt like a maze box. We’ve never seen this before and enjoyed this crafty idea.
🧩 MISSED THE MARK
There were a few places in this room that needed some padding. I hit my head twice in this room at various locations. One particular puzzle was very dangerous since the resulting effect after the puzzle was triggered engaged on a prop being dropped from above. There were no signs to state that you shouldn’t be under it. This is quite dangerous for players. We suggest either a sign or some sort of padding incase this happens again.
The ending part was confusing to us since we only had two players. We were not sure why we had to complete all of the puzzle components since it didn’t go with the storyline. Also, if it were more players than would there be more of “it” for each of the players? We think this part needs to be tweaked to go with the number of the players or just make one to symbolize it for all.
🏹 TAKE A SHOT?
This room was still a linear game just like "Santa Muerte". The puzzles felt a bit easier here. The cool concepts of the puzzles and storyline are for any player who want to experience something totally different than the other escape rooms you’ve ever been to. We recommend a group of 2-3 people if you have experiences with escape rooms. If you play all of games that we’ve tried at E-Exit, let us know which one is your favorite?
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* Check out our YouTube video above for a sneak peek of the location, interview with the owner, the room and more!
** We don't want to go into detail and ruin any surprises for you, but if you'd like more information on the room, feel free to email us.
(If you do decide to try this room, please remember to let them know that "ESCAPETHEROOMers" sent you!)
Disclosure: We thank E-Exit Games for comping our tickets for this game. Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.