Escape Room Adventures

Our group decided to take on an escape room adventure.  We met at The Escape Game in the Memorial City area and divided into two teams to take on two separate adventures.

The first group took on the adventure named The Heist.

Your world-class espionage outfit has landed you inside a prestigious art museum. A recently stolen masterpiece is presumed hidden within the office of the museum’s egotistical curator, Vincent Hahn. With the help of your intelligence agent on the outside, you have one hour to find your way into Hahn’s office, recover the painting, and slip away before Hahn returns.

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Working only with their wits and amazing brains to figure out the subtle clues the group worked their way through two rooms to escape with just minutes left!  Victory!

The second group did an adventure called Prison Break.

The year is 1955. You’ve been wrongfully accused of a crime, and sentenced to life in
prison without the possibility of parole. Your new “home” is a cell that once belonged to
an inmate who disappeared without a trace…or did he? Some claim he escaped. Others
swear he was murdered by the infamously cruel warden. But no one actually knows…
can you escape before you suffer the same fate?

Unfortunately time ran out before the team managed to escape and they didn’t get put on the wall of fame (okay, the wall is imaginary only in the heads of the winning team).

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We could say this group lost their heads and were witless but truth be told the Prison Break is rated a 9 out of 10 in difficulty while The Heist is only rated an 8 in difficulty.  So the winning team graciously gave the others points for almost escaping.

Afterwards both teams went to eat and enjoy plenty of conversation and laughter.

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