Sabotage - Black Ops: In an effort to prevent the beginning of World War III our team had to sneak into the Russian National Defense Control center and discover the secret codes to stop the missile launch.
Wanted: Winning isn't always lucky in the Old West. After angering an outlaw in a card game in the saloon, we had to flee the scene before the sheriff returned to drag us off to meet our feet.
Pros: Breakout Fresno is owned by two lovely families with tons of enthusiasm and love for their games. We enjoyed every moment we spent at their establishment. Their rooms had fun themes and clear storylines that were linked to their puzzles. We saw some new and creative puzzles in the Western room! The game masters provided helpful hints via a monitor. The decor was appropriate to the theme. We especially liked the music that helped set the mood for each room.
Cons: Some of the puzzles took us longer than we expected. We thought there could have been a few more guideposts to lead us in the right direction toward the correct order to solve the puzzles. Sometimes the shear the number of the locks was overwhelming. However, the puzzles were logical and perfectly solvable with a few extra hints from the moderators.
A fun time was had by all! We recommend a trip to Fresno to check out Breakout Fresno. Be sure to play some laser tag at Tactical Ops while you are in town. We had a blast there too. Though that's a completely different type of strategy game.
Cover photo taken at Countdown Live .
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Rooms Played: 360