Mystery Mansion Regina: Drag Task Force and the Fabulous Flo Mingo

By | September 24, 2020

by Mystery Mansion Regina (website)

2333 Albert Street

1-10 players

Team of 4: £51.00 CA$88.80
Team of 6: £77.00 CA$133.20

📹remote avatar
The devious Ruby Hymen has betrayed the Drag Task Force and has stolen all of their powers.
The leader of the DTF, Flo Mingo, has selected you and your team to help the DTF infiltrate Ruby's secret lair. You must find a way to stop Ruby and help the members of the DTF get their powers back!
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Overall rating

Rated between 40 and 50 out of 5

based on ratings from 15 users
combined with 5 pro reviews

Player reviews

Reviews by escape room review sites

DTF is delightful, campy fun, made even better by the interaction with FloBot. Filled with laughs aplenty, satisfying puzzles, and all the glitz and glamour  I expect from a drag show

This was a very .... interesting and crazy experience

Mystery Regina's creativity with their story lines are always very unique (especially the adult humor component). We haven't seen any escape room dare to tap into that territory but we especially enjoy those giggly moments. The remote avatar was a great add on to this innovative set. Without giving away too much, you're able to actually control the avatar with different commands. If you like to be interactive with your avatar and watch/listen to them do silly things, you'll definitely get a kick out of this game. And if you are lucky, the real Flo might even pop in and congratulate you on finishing your mission!

Read the full, detailed review at EscapeMattster.com ⬊

Overall, a brilliant experience and a fun way to spend an evening with friends. I’d recommend this one for anyone up for a laugh, and for such a good cause, why the heck not?!

The game was designed specifically to be played online, through an avatar pretending to be a robot - which, in turns, explains a number of game limitations and helps set some artificial "gates" you'll have to deal with. (...) It won't come off as a surprise if I say the game is also extremely funny. In a case of "laughing with us, not at us", this room is really a "sci-fi superhero room" using the Drag world as a setting rather than a theme.

Overall, Drag Task Force was a fierce theme that brought over an hour of drag puns and comedy to the table. Pushing the boundaries of themes have really allowed a game like this to excel and with a perfect collaboration of the drag queen world and escape room masterminds, it creates something that is unforgettable. Our spoiler free review only touches the tip (steady now) of the experience, and the only way to know more is by booking your game with the Mystery Mansion team. 


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