Your friend Jonathan Adams, a software engineer, disappeared after being accused of a massive digital attack on the government. Perhaps there are clues within his studio that you can use to clear his name? Oh, and be sure to be nice to Ada, his A.I. digital assistant...you wouldn't want to get on her bad side.
Location: Exit Game
Parking: Free underground and outdoor parking
Price(s): $32 per person
Date Completed: June 6, 2018
Number of Escape Artists: 4 (including 2 newbies)
Hint System: Unlimited via Walkie Talkie
Success Rate: 40%
Result: ESCAPED! - 42 minutes
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
- Teamwork puzzles
- Good for newbies
- Fun for all escape artists and families
After escaping from An Hour to Kill, our team wanted to experience another escape room. The A.I. is highly praised by multiple escape room review websites. Let's go!
Please refer to An Hour to Kill.
Exit Game identified this room as their beginner room. The puzzles first feel like beginner-type puzzles but then it slowly becomes more difficult. The use of technology is incredible and I loved seeing a cameo from a YouTuber (I'm not sure if I'm not the only who knows this dude lol). The puzzle flow was linear and there's a hard mode if you are daring. You'll see what I mean.
Immersion was good. I loved how spacious the escape room was. The lights, decor, and technology made it feel like a high-tech laboratory. The A.I. felt like evil Siri or the sister of HAL 9000 from 2001: A Space Odyssey.
The price is worth it! Especially when you activate hard mode.
Should you play it?
YES! This escape experience is probably one of my favorites because of the combination of teamwork and technology. The A.I. Is definitely an escape room for all escape artists to enjoy.