Each themed room features props and decorations that transport players into an alternate reality. The “Crisis at 1600” room, for example, is furnished with real-life replicas you would find in the Oval Office, such as the White House seal or the Resolute desk, to amplify the guest experience.
“Online escape games are a lot of fun,” says corporate sales manager Jennifer Cinque. “The difference is online you’re clicking to move the items, while in our real rooms you are actually moving the items. The biggest difference is in the experience itself.”
Escape games reel in puzzle lovers, riddle enthusiasts, adrenaline junkies, and more. But the rooms are a one-of-a-kind experience for any age group and audience, whether they’re looking for a corporate team-building activity or just a fun family outing.
Our goal is to bring an alternative form of entertainment to the Orlando area,” says escape artist Natasha Montes. “We pride ourselves on being the most immersive escape game here with features like themed lighting, sound, and special effects that make you feel like you’re really there.”