Inception

Inception
8.95

Atmosphere

88/10

    Equipment

    90/10

      Creativity

      92/10

        Puzzles

        88/10

          Pros

          • - Split-team puzzles were fun and engaging
          • - Each room comfortably fit 4-6 people

          Cons

          • - Some equipment finicky

          (PLEASE NOTE: The Markham location has closed down as of June 2016.  This room is no longer available.)

          (I’m probably one of the few people who haven’t watched the movie Inception. So for me, this was just another escape game…I can’t speak to how well it relates to the movie. Sorry!)

          This game starts off with your group split into two teams, in different rooms. The two teams need information from each other in order to solve the puzzles in their room. The puzzles were enjoyable and weren’t overly difficult. They were also reasonable and didn’t require any logic leaps. For the most part, it was pretty clear what clue applied to which puzzle.

          Even though this game has been running for a while, the props were still in reasonable condition. Also, we did not experience any technical issues nor equipment failure. The only “issue” we had was that it seemed like one team had slightly more work to do, but not a huge deal really.

          All in all, it was a fun experience. I would recommend this for 4-5 experienced players, or 6-8 less experienced players.

           

          Xscaper Arts (Markham)
          150 Main St Unionville (side entrance), Markham, ON  L3R 2G9

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