Final Destination

Final Destination










          • - Very immersive experience
          • - Puzzles related well to theme
          • - Puzzle order flowed well


          • - Room started getting stuffy after half an hour

          “Wow.” That’s the first thing we all said when seeing this room for the first time. The setting for this game was the inside of an airplane, and that’s exactly what we got – the seats, the overhead compartments, and even oval windows with sliding covers! Wow, indeed. I think this is the first time ever that I’ve rated a room 10/10 for Atmosphere and it is well-deserved for sure.

          Now, onto the puzzles! For the most part, the puzzles followed a logical sequence, which we really appreciated. In single-room games, often times it’s not obvious which lock to tackle next, which results in wasting time trying every combination on every applicable lock. The downside, of course, is that your team can’t tackle multiple puzzles at the same time, and getting stuck on one puzzle could very well cost you the game. For this room though, the linear flow worked just fine and the puzzles tied well into the theme.

          For those of you looking for a fancy, high-tech escape room, this is not it. The work is mostly figuring out combinations for number and word locks. Having said that, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this room since I’m usually a sucker for any kind of technology incorporated into a room. The difficulty level is more suitable for beginners, but I recommend this room for everyone. Just going to experience the set is worth it!

          Roundabout Canada
          330 Yonge St, 2nd Flr, Toronto, ON M5B 1R8

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