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The Escape Revolution - "Chernobyl Disaster: Moments After"

Updated: Apr 9

LOCATION:  Los Angeles, California, USA

Photo above is property of The Escape Revolution

Photos above are property of The Escape Revolution


  • 🔑 GAME: Chernobyl Disaster: Moments After

  • 📅 DATE PLAYED: August 20, 2023

  • 🎬 GENRE: Action

  • 🧠 DIFFICULTY (Based on 3 ppl): 9/10

  • 👥 TOTAL # OF PLAYERS: 2-8 ppl

  • 🕒 LENGTH OF TIME: 60 Mins.

  • 💰 PRICE: $46.00 - $59.00/ pp

  • ☎️ BOOKING TYPE: Private

  • 🔓 ESCAPED/ COMPLETED?: Yes [55:56]


26th of April, 1986… In the heart of the night, as the clock struck 1:24 a.m. the Chernobyl Power Plant shook the world with a cataclysmic explosion. As nuclear scientists, your expertise are greatly needed; your mission is as daring as it is dangerous. You need to decontaminate this long forgotten bunker and turn it into a sanctuary of life. But, each breath you take depletes the precious oxygen, a reminder of the imminent danger closing in.


  • This room is dripping with theme and immersion. Possibly one of the most impressive constructions we have seen. So much detail has been applied to transport you to the Soviet USSR and this wretched bunker.

  • The story is king! We appreciated that the game designers thought about the progression of the story. We didn't just magically appear inside. We had to work out how to enter the bunker and even decontaminate ourselves!

  • The puzzles are logical and have a thematic connection to the goal and your predicament. We enjoyed the interactive moments the most.


  • The puzzles are the only area where we felt improvement could be possible. There is a lot of searching involved in the game and the places they have chosen to hide several items are not areas we would have intuitively thought to look.

  • More team oriented challenges are needed to keep everyone engaged.

  • The game would also benefit from some audio affects when certain things in the room have changed or occurred to give that little clue towards moving to that area.

  • I was surprised that there was not more of a welcoming lobby. The reception area is painted entirely black and consists of only a desk, with no seats or storage facilities. Teams store their belongings in the room with them.


As stated, this room is visually unbelievable and in itself worth the visit. However, be assured that this is a challenging room which requires detailed searching and some out of the box thinking.


  • Free Parking is available at the rear, one spot per group/ room

  • There is a lobby but no seating available

  • We were offered a free soft drink after each of our two games

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