Wicked Witches Castle: Visiting the land of Oz we had to retrace Dorothy's steps to start the story anew.
Runestone: A powerful wizard bent on destruction had to be stopped. But were we the wizards to do it?
Case File X: UFOs, aliens, government conspiracies. Just call us Mulder and Scully.
Pros: The set for Wicked Witches Castle was totally mind-blowing and by far our favorite set EVER. We will be talking about this one for quite a while.The set of Runestone was likewise pretty awesome. The game masters at Eludesions were very helpful keeping our game moving along with the electronic hint system. We absolutely loved the creative storyline.
Cons: There were a few hiccups with the tech that disrupted our games. This seems to always happen in every tech-based room we play so we have come to expect it. For that reason, we often prefer good old-fashioned non-tech puzzles. Kudos though to any escape room owner willing to invest in tech since these puzzles are truly cool when working smoothly. We struggled quite a bit more than we normally do in all of their games and especially in Case File X. Some slight adjustments including signal markers to help guide players could improve overall game flow.
The set design alone moves Eludesions to the top of our list and earned them the Escapeologists Set Design Award. The storylines were so unique that they earned the Escapeologists Storyline Award. Add this one to your escape room bucket list.
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Rooms Played: 360