Curse of the Mummy: Trapped in a mummy's tomb, we had to find a way out fast or risk permanent entombment.
Pros: This is definitely a great place to take kids to introduce them to escape rooms. The family-friendly environment is perfect for parents wishing to host a birthday party at MagiQ. The rooms are appropriately decorated to theme. The puzzles, though difficult for children, are manageable with adult guidance and help. We really enjoyed the variety of puzzles, including mechanical puzzles (our favorite!). The storylines are simple but effective. The gamemasters quickly briefed us and helped us throughout the game.
Cons: Because MagiQ is kid-friendly it is perhaps less adult-friendly, especially for avid escape room fans. We were a bit overwhelmed by the birthday party that filled the lobby. The high-volume excitement of the children and cake fragments scattered around the lobby almost caused us to flee, but our love of the game encouraged us to stick to the game plan. In the end, we were glad we did because we enjoyed the game very much! However, adult teams be warned and consider playing a later game time or booking a room at PaniQ instead if you wish to avoid the birthday crowd.
Cover photo taken at Countdown Live .
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Rooms Played: 360