Patient 17

Patient 17


Your special agent partner is undercover as an assistant for a mad doctor who is rumored to have ties to missing women. When you receive a disturbing series of updates, you realize her cover may have been blown, and now the clock is ticking. Can you make it out in time before you become the doctors next patient?  

Location: Breaking Point Escape Rooms

Address10582 Foothill Blvd. #160, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730


Parking: Large parking lot

Price(s): Public Rooms - $32/person; Private Room - $120 (2 ppl), $165 (3 ppl), $200 (4 ppl), $225 (5 ppl), $240 (6 ppl), $245 (7 ppl) and $256 (8 ppl)

Date Completed: December 16, 2018

Number of Escape Artists: 5

Hint System: Unlimited Hints

Success Rate: N/A

Result: ESCAPED! - 33 minutes 3 seconds

Creativity: 5

Difficulty: 4

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 3-5 escape artists

  • Great room immersiveness and production

  • Linear puzzle flow

  • Inspired by Trapped! Escape Rooms

  • No jump scares or actors; minimal scary factor

  • Instant Favorite

First Impressions

Residing in the Inland Empire, I was excited to see a new and upcoming escape room company near Victoria Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga. I’m not a big fan of paying extra for a private room, however, I do understand that it helps them in many ways. I called in to get more information and Clarisa clarified two things for us: 1) No jump scare, and 2) No live actor. Amber and her sister were down to try it out even though it sounded creepy.

At the escape room, we met Pierre and Clarisa who were such a cool and friendly couple. They told us that Breaking Point Escape Rooms just opene They also told us that Trapped! Escape Room inspired them to build an escape room. We know Trapped! as a pretty solid escape room company.

Overall, Pierre and Clarisa did a great job setting the mood and anticipation for the room.


The puzzle flow was linear yet smooth. The puzzles were not super difficult and made sense to the what the escape room was. Although no outside information is needed, I enjoyed it a little more considering I have a biology/medical background. There was also plenty of technology used to enhance the already great escape experience.


For experienced escape room artists in SoCal, the escape room had components that reminded us of Trapped!, Murder Co. and The Basement with minimal scare factor. It sure felt very creepy when you first get in. lol.

For the others who don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, all I can say is that it was a well made escape room as they did a great job transporting you to a creepy surgical room. There’s a lot of space in the room, however, I feel a team of 4-5 people would be ideal considering that the puzzle flow is linear.


Tons of value for this escape room! I could even say that it would be worth paying extra for the private room. However, considering that it’s a new escape room, a public room would be a better idea until they become more mainstream. I honestly believe that they will be on of IE’s top escape rooms in a the long run with how great the production was.

Should you play it?

Yes! Love that they’re reppin’ the Inland Empire. The IE needs more escape rooms with that kind of production. Excited for their next escape room! PLEASE FINISH IT ALREADY! LOL!


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