551 Waterloo Street London, Ontario ()
I have done every room here, now. If we are honest, I only did them all because I wanted to do every escape room in London. Were they great? Not really. The best room was professors office, but even that was only so so when compared to other companies in the city.Tifany Johnson-Brahm
This company uses a lot of directional locks, which are faulty and, frankly, extremely frustrating.
My most recent experience here was with the haunted mansion. 28$ per person for an hour in a room that is clearly designed to take 2 hrs to complete. They purposely leave an hour in between bookings to upsell the extra hour. If you don't take it, forget getting a walk through. Don't get me wrong, the room is good in theory. The walkie talkies are faulty, so it adds a level of frustration to the experience. I just wish they would book a longer time. Seriously... 35$ per person for 1.5 hrs wouldn't be unreasonable, and it makes finishing the room at least kind of seem possible.
Your archeology professor, Kentucky Smith, has been missing for some time. A letter arrives in your mailbox letting you know that people are on his trail and it's not safe for him to come back - but he needs you to bring something from his office to him in France.
He sent a plane ticket for you and instructions on how to get into his office that he said would make sense when you enter it. When you are nearing his office, two men start to approach you. You walk faster. They walk faster. You run. They chase you. You double back and manage to give them the slip - for the time being - but realize you dropped the letter.
You need to get to his office and grab the artifact before the men catch up to you and figure out what you're up to. However, when you get to Tuck's office, you see it isn't an ordinary office. The door locks behind you. He's booby-trapped the office so that anyone who enters will have to know him to get out. Do you think you know Tuck well enough to figure out his system without the letter and before the men catch up to you?