⍟⍟⍟⍟⍟. Highly recommended by EscapeRoomers. This was the fifth room of the Blitz, and third in a row from E-Exit. This room was just going to be opened to the public the next week, but E-Exit offered to let us give it a try. Thanks David! Overall it was a very original and interactive room. Completely themed from beginning to end, from dying to death to hell to heaven to reanimation. See below for the full review.
“The defibrillator works for an hour. If you do not find it in time, you can stay forever in hell – or maybe in heaven.”
This room was crazy, I mean that in a good way. After the relatively mellow themes of the prior two rooms, 1984 and Circus, this one came as a surprise. Multiple rooms again, and getting from one room to the other was unique and a lot of fun! Lots of good, well-themed, interactive props, and a good variety of puzzles.
We were really enjoying the experience, and made it about 80% of the way when we got stuck. David offered us a hint, but we said we’d hold off for a minute. I’m glad he asked, instead of just telling us. It let us be in charge of finding a way out. After a few more minutes of scratching our heads, we asked for a hint. After that, we got through the rest relatively on task.
One of the props/locks was a little tough to deal with, but a few tries and it worked. I think they will get all this smoothed out a bit as more teams try the room once it is open. I do have one suggestion/complaint. I don’t like it when a key can be used in multiple locks. This was one of the problems with us getting stuck. I blame myself for this error, but two keys to different locks may have helped.
This room is a great example of creative minds putting a fun and interactive escape room together. Highly recommend checking out E-Exit. See if you can book multiple rooms like we did.