Updated: 3 days ago
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Company: Get the F Out
Country: USA 🇺🇸
Type of Game: Remote Escape Room
Date Played: 7/2/2020
Difficulty (based on 4 players): 5/10
Size of Team: 3-10 Players
Time: 60 Minutes
Price: $30.00/ pp (Minimum required- 3 players)
We saw an ad asking for male & female of all ages to participate in a psychological study for escape rooms. More importantly, we'll be awarded with juice after! Who would say no to juice?
Josh, our avatar gave us a quick tour every time we reached a new location. Instead of an inventory portal, you'll be receiving several locked up PDF files in the booking email. You should read the intro story as that will prepare you for the back story before going into the room. The avatar will let you know when its time to unlock a certain file. The files will give you information you need for puzzles that need a closer look. There were only two files that you really needed to unlock for the puzzles so it did not take our eyes away from the avatar for too long. The rooms were quite spacious, I can see how it could fit up to 10 people in a physical game. For the remote experience, we think 4 would be the ideal number. The puzzles were quite easy to follow since the locks usually have hints on them directing you to which clue they were related to. There was a prop that we have not seen before used in games and it was cool to see even on camera for that "wow moment". Since there were some puzzles that got taken out for the remote experience, we got out in 35 minutes (Josh was also a quick runner and did not waste anytime).
The ending of the story was released to us in the final PDF file after we escape the room. The story line was quite intriguing as the entire time you're wondering why did the host made this experiment? Is he a serial killer or an actual scientist? I guess you'll have to play the game to find out. Also, if you are lucky enough to be around them in CA, check out their other room, "The Virus". We heard from Josh that it's a lot more challenging and even though it's not as spacious as "The Experiment", they were able to pack a lot more puzzles in the room. Can't wait for the pandemic to be over so we can "Get the F Out" of the house and go on our escape room tours again!
(If you do decide to try this game, please remember to let them know that you heard it from"ESCAPETHEROOMers"!)
Disclosure: We thank Get the F Out for comping our tickets for this game. Although a complimentary experience was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.