Professor Pottenger has been kidnapped and your team have located the hideout of those responsible. Gather your team and race against the clock to solve the mystery kidnapping of the time-travelling super genius as you attempt to escape the room in 60 minutes or less. Locked In A Room Parallax is an immersive, fun and frantic escape room activity where you join forces with family and friends and attempt to solve clues to escape the room. You'll need three to six people in your team for this more difficult room - choose them wisely!
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Great staff and a great puzzle! Took too long on one of the tasks, resulting in timing out. Would recommend this more for experienced "escapers" who know what too look for (I was the only first-timer on our team). Great fun and would definitely recommend.
Played: 18 Nov 2017Team size: 2Outcome: Successful escape!
We won't waste your time rewording something that already exists, as Toby in the EtR pro review below has hit the nail on the head. Puzzles made sense, theming nothing to write home about, enthusiastic hosts.
In enthusiast discussions, Locked In A Room is a company that rarely gets mentioned, and for good reason: enthusiasts are absolutely not their target audience. Their high-capacity branches with multiple copies of each game room are set up above all for corporate outings, and their games fall into that middle ground where they're not notably atrocious nor sufficiently high quality to stand out.
Parallax was the third of their rooms I'd tried, and it followed the style of their others: a strictly...