Seven is said to be a lucky number. It's all around us: the seven wonders of the world, seven colors of the rainbow, seven days of the week and many more examples. With the universe on your side, the odd be definitely be in your favor. That's why seven is a great number of players for an escape room!
FANTASTIC! We did the House of the Occult which had so many more special effects than I've ever experienced in an Escape room at a price that was cheaper than the ones we've done in the States. While the room was great, what stood out the most was the Customer Service. We contacted Horror Escape with concerns on the morning of our visit and Michael managed to go above and beyond to make sure everything worked out for us and took the initiative to have everything set. When we arrived he was the perfect game host and convinced us to do another room again on the same day! What a great experience and truly highlighted by the commitment of Michael on the Horror Escape team.Princeton Mcgee
Our group of 4 spent the hour challenged by the clues in the awesome House of Occult! The final moment when we had it solved in its entirety was a "rush." The room allowed us all to contribute our skills as the clues were dispersed around the room meaning everyone could work on their own part before coming back together to consolidate all of the info. I loved the logic puzzles as we progressed through it. I've done these rooms in a few cities in the States but had never done a horror style one before. I was impressed with the suspenseful ambience, cool special effects and spooky clues that kept my heart rate up until the final bell!SB Fade