Heist: Hired to steal a dangerous nano-virus, we had to break into Mason Industries and uncover their dark secrets.
Prison Break: Double-crossed and locked up for stealing the nano-virus, we had to find a way to break out and get back to business.
Pros: It's Vegas baby! Everybody loves Vegas so what's not to love about the escape rooms in Vegas? Some people say all the action is on the Strip, but we say all the action is at Rush to Escape. After our brief game orientation we were locked away in a cell and struggled to break free of our handcuffs to begin our prison break. The puzzles were mostly logical but we did find ourselves completely stumped in the final room trying to locate exceptionally well-hidden items. The gamemaster helped us out and we successfully made our escape. Before beginning the Heist, we were suited up and armed with a variety of tools and nerf guns. This alone made the entire experience worth while. The puzzles in the game were all very physical and consisted of a nice mixture of tasks to accomplish and puzzles to solve. We were physically and mentally exhausted after our two successful missions.
Cons: It's Vegas baby! We walked in exhausted from our revelry and we left even more exhausted. The games were well-designed and fun to play but a bit too complex for our weary brains at the time and we required many more hints than usual. It was probably us, but this is something to beware of before trying to conquer these rooms. Assemble your brainiest team, caffeine up, and be mentally ready for the challenge of the rooms at Rush to Escape.
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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