Gold Rush: The lucky loonie was missing and we had to locate it somewhere within the Canadian Hockey team's locker room.
Moonshine Mile: A hidden speakeasy hid the secret to who had poisoned our race horse and was running an illegal operation. We had to discover the culprit and put an end to the illegal shenanigans.
Shortly after arriving in Toronto we arrived at the steps of Mysterious Minds in downtown Toronto. We were anxious to feed our escape room addiction right away. The gamemaster warmly greeted us and quickly led us into our first room. We began by playing the horserace-themed Moonshine Mile. Then moved to the Gold Rush room where our search for the lucky loonie led us to a hockey-themed room that was perfect for a trip to Canada. Although both of the rooms were small, the sets were nicely decorated to help create a sense of immersion in line with the room themes. The puzzle lines were mostly linear and aligned to theme. The puzzles were so logical that we didn't need any hints to get us through either game. We successfully escaped with plenty of time to spare. The puzzles were challenging but not too challenging. Definitely a good escape room for newbies and experts alike.
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Rooms Played: 360