Escape the Darkest Hour: Torture Chamber

Escape the Darkest Hour: Torture Chamber


There is a psychopath on the loose and you’ve been kidnapped! The killer likes to toy with victims and has left to make preparations… Escape within the hour or become the next victims!

LocationMission Games Escape - Anaheim

Address:  400 Disney Way #313, Anaheim, CA 92802


Parking: Parking structure; Mission Games Escape validates 1 hr for parking

Price Paid: $210 for private room (Normally, $35 per person)

Date Completed: January 28, 2018

Number of Escape Artists: 3 (2 were newbies)

Hint System: Unlimited via TV Monitor

ResultESCAPED -  44 minutes 24 seconds

Creativity: 5

Difficulty: 3

Immersiveness: 5

Fun Factor: 5 


Note. For OVERALL means, 1 = WTF?; 2 = Take a gander; 3 = You can book it; 4 = You should book it now; 5 = OMG! You should've booked it yesterday!


  • Recommend 3-4 escape artists
  • Scary but not too much
  • Good use of technology
  • Puzzles were not difficult

After doing the first room at Mission Escape Room, Escape the Hydeout, the newbies that I was with wanted to do another escape room. They felt they were ready for a horror-style escape room. When you enter the escape room, you find yourself in a dimly lit kitchen and are given one small flashlight.

The puzzles were not complex, but the scary environment made it difficult to think. The technology used in the room was triggered to make the room have the haunted aspect. 

I was impressed with human props and how well the room was decorated.

It was easy to follow the storyline associated with the room. It was a minimal aspect of the room. The main objective of the game was to find out what happened to the victims and to get the F out. 

This room is good if you want good scare that's not too much.

Quote of the Game

"These evil spirits need to chill!" - Noah
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The Panic Room

The Panic Room

Escape the Hydeout

Escape the Hydeout