Strange Things is our newest escape room experience, inspired by the hit show on Netflix.
Travel into the Upside Down and hope you're smart enough to make it out.
It's 1983 and a kid in a small town of Indiana, USA has gone missing. After investigating the incident that took place you discover that he has been taken to a place called The Upside Down. The Upside Down is an alternate dimension existing parallel to the human world and is home to the Demogorgon. Your mission is to enter The Upside Down, save the kids life and yours without alerting the Demogorgon. You have 1 hour!
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This was a fun room with a very popular theme currently. The decor was definitely reminiscent of the series including some good nods to the 80s.
There weren’t any puzzles we hadn’t seen before (sometimes challenging these days though) and the room was quite reliant on locks but I think this room would be great for newer players or families with older children.