Stumptown Escape Games‘ new speakeasy room is now bookable.
Stumptown Escape Games is retiring Seance and will be opening up Stumptown Speakeasy. The last day of Seance will be June 30th. The speakeasy themed room is scheduled to open July 26th. According to the email notice about the new room:
“You have discovered that the mobster that runs the speakeasy you recently started working for is much more brutal than you originally thought. Even though he makes the best beer in town, you can’t in good conscience let him continue to torture your coworkers.
So, you have tipped off the cops and they will be there in just one hour to raid the joint. Not wanting to deny the world his tasty concoction, you have to find the jealously guarded secret recipe and leave the city so that you can open a kinder, gentler speakeasy in another town.”
It looks like there is a new room at Stumptown Escape Games: Pineapple Express: An Oregon Files Story. “You have one hour to find all of the snacks, get the cabin put back together and get out before you too are up in smoke.”
The rains have started. Summer is coming to a close. That’s ok! We have escape rooms! Some new rooms have just opened up and a couple others should be right around the corner. Check out our latest updates for September 2018:
New Escape Rooms in Portland/Tigard:
- Mad Genius Escape Rooms – Battle of the Ancients. (1444 SE Hawthorne Blvd., Portland, OR 97214)
“There have long been rumors and murmurs of a fierce rivalry between the witch and the warlock of the enchanted Hawthorne Forest. Locals advise never to step foot in the haunted woods, but you don’t believe in the paranormal…”
- Escapism – Malice Manor. (Same NE Portland location as Alien Zoo)
“Secrets can be hidden, but never destroyed. This was the harsh lesson learned by the members of the Randle family, whose cursed bloodline came to a tragic and mysterious end nearly a hundred years ago. Since then, tales of ghostly voices, doors that open themselves, and visions of a little girl have haunted the home. The locals call it Malice Manor and avoid it at all costs, though certain brave souls have ventured inside and lived to regret it. Now it’s up to you to unravel the mysteries of the Randle family, and of the child whose soul remains trapped there.”
- Stumptown Escape Games – Wardenclyffe starts September 24th but you can pre-book your games now.
New Rooms Coming Soon
- Northwest Escape Experience – No timeline on this one, just an email with the following image. Flaming tire tracks? One guess would be something along the lines of a time-traveling DeLorean? We’ll keep you posted.