Zen Room: Sent into a dream state, we had to work our way through our sleepy subconscious to bring color back to the world.
Outbreak: A deadly virus has destroyed most of humanity. Our goal was to locate the serum that could save the world.
Pros: We finally made it back to 60 Out Marina Del Rey (our favorite Los Angeles escape room thanks to the Titanic room). We couldn't wait to see what amazingness they had to offer. At first, we played the Zen room and entered a dream state where we had to find our way out of our slumber. This room was genuinely unique with crazy out-of-the-box puzzles and some twists and turns that had us laughing. As avid players (now over 200 games), we appreciated the ingenuity of the Zen room.
After a pleasant and calming experience in the Zen room, we were dropped into a post-apocalyptic world where a deadly virus had devastated the planet. We stumbled our way through this game with a few technical difficulties that greatly slowed our progress. Some puzzles required us to break the conventional rules of escape rooms and therefore further delayed us until our game master encouraged us to overcome our normal instincts and go ahead and break this or that particular rule.
Cons: We had a problem with malfunctioning equipment and though we voiced our concern multiple times, the game master and first did not hear our concerns and then assumed the problem was with the player. This 20 minute delay annoyed us but in the end it all worked our well. Our game master was otherwise super friendly and helpful, we just recommend they double check the equipment and then listen carefully to the game to understand the problem.
Overall, we once again really enjoyed the experience at 60 Out. Highly recommend this place as on of LA's best!
Cover photo taken at Countdown Live .
We are escape room fanatics who have played over 300 games in the U.S. and Europe. We love the art of escapology and we wanted to share our adventures in playing room escapes with you!
Rooms Played: 360