- 504 Ratings
Fort Myers '80s Throwback Escape Room Adventure
Test your logic and problem-solving your skills during an interactive escape room challenge that has you solving puzzles in a 1980s-themed kid's room.
What You Will Do
- Go back in time and use your '80s pop culture knowledge to conquer mind-blowing puzzles and tests
- Take part in a challenging escape room adventure, uncovering clues set by a 7th grader
- Uncover whether you are really smarter than a 12-year-old or if he has you beat with his tricks
- Enjoy an intense team building activity that has everyone working together on time challenges
- Escape room adventure
- Free T-shirt
- 20% discount card for all future bookings
- 504 Ratings
We went as a family with kids and grandparents and had a blast! We had so much fun doing the pirate ship that we came back the next day! It was conversation for dinner and an excellent group activity!
We loved Kaitlyn. She was nice and super helpful. We had a lot of fun!
Had a great time and staff was great. Puzzles were challenging. Didnt finish in time but had so much fun
Very fun and quirky! Caitlin was a great guide!
Great experience had by all!!
Great family fun!
It was not bad, and some of the puzzles were quite creative and challenging (e.g. using the monkeys to link together to get one key, the twister board was cool!). However, there were better rooms that I have been to at other places. Some differences were: (1) At other Escape Rooms, there was more need to search/observe the rooms themselves; this room was more about solving the puzzles. The puzzles were fun and I think those should still be a major part of the room, but adding in some more thrill of discovering something hidden or obscured is always welcomed (e.g. finding a key underneath the bed). (2) At other Escape Rooms, there were very unexpected but exciting surprises, such as opening a secret passage to another hidden room! This added a lot of depth to the escape experience, since it was like discovering that there was more to the room than we originally thought. Perhaps you do this in some of your other rooms though; I have only tried this one so far. (3) At other Escape Rooms, the process of sending clues was more sophisticated and exciting. They sent in clues at various times of the escape (instead of limiting to 2 or 3 for the whole hour), and they were sent through a transmission on a TV screen. It made it seem like we were more interacting with a mastermind or a helper and seemed more realistic to the story.
We had so much playing in Brandon's room! We were so close to solving the last puzzle. We just needed a few more minutes. Next time we're in the area, we will definitely try one of the other rooms!
The puzzles were exciting and fun. They whole group was involved. Our guide, Woodley, was super encouraging and very good at communicating.