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How Much Do The Games Cost? How Do I Play?

How Much Do The Games Cost? How Do I Play?

At Exodus Escape Room, the cost of each game is $30 for each adult and $20 for children ages 7 to 12 years. The fees are paid at the time the games are booked. We recommend that one person book and pay for the entire group of players. You and your group have up to 60 minutes to play each game. Playing a game begins when your group arrives 15 minutes before your scheduled start time. This time is used to brief you on the game and how it is played. You will be given information about the game and what it involves. Games will begin exactly at the scheduled times. Playing a game is largely a group exercise with each member of the group using their skills skills of observation, critical thinking and problem solving. Escaping from Sherlock’s Study game room that requires the prowess of a detective. You

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The Exodus Escape Room

The Exodus Escape Room

The Escape Room Game is not an ordinary Orange County entertainment spot where you go and observe and perhaps leave with memories of having seen something unusual and even amazing. The Escape Room is an amazing experience, but you are more than just an observer. This is the place where you participate in an Escape Game. The Exodus Escape Room brings to life the adventurous escape games you usually only find online. Each Exodus Escape Game is 60 minutes of intense fun involving, extremely thrilling action packed adventures. Each game will test your intelligence and challenge your senses. You will work with other players to crack codes, solve puzzles to escape from the room before it is too late. Three very challenging Escape Games have been designed to deliver adrenaline-pumping adventures that will leave you wanting more. You and the other members of your group are locked in a room

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Are You Interested in Mysteries And Solving Clues?

Are You Interested in Mysteries And Solving Clues?

If you are interested in mysteries and love to solve them with clues you can find, then you should try Exodus Escape Room. Playing Escape Room is just like reading a good mystery book because for a period of time, reality disappears and you will become part of this amazing fictional world that will envelop you in its mysterious nature. And the best part about these games, is that it’s not just for children, adults can play too! If you have a tendency to try to figure out events and things for yourself, then these games will provide an unbelievable experience for you. While the Escape Room Games are challenging they also have the enticing element of surprise when the challenges are met and the door can be unlocked. The mysteries of the Escape Room Games use clues, and detecting these clues will get your brain working and get your

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Top 10 facts about puzzles

NOT only is tomorrow the centenary of the world’s first crossword, published in the New York Times on December 21, 1913, but Nintendo have just launched the final game in their Professor Layton puzzle series 1. According to the Oxford Dictionary, the origin of the word ‘puzzle’ is a bit of a puzzle. But the verb ‘to puzzle’ seems older than the noun ‘puzzle’. 2. The oldest known puzzle is a dissection of a square mentioned by Archimedes around 250BC. 3. Archimedes asked how many solutions there were. The answer of 536 was only found in 2003. 4. Jigsaw puzzles were invented by the English mapmaker and geographer John Spilsbury in 1760. 5. A 40,000-piece jigsaw was completed by Dave Evans in April 2013, but it collapsed the next day. 6. A 1,141,800-piece puzzle was put together by 15,000 people in Ravensburg, Germany in 2008. 7. The world record for

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Keeping Your Brain Active: 10 Tips For Improving Your Brain

The other day I was listening to an interview on National Public Radio with Dean Oshler who has just written a book called From Square One: A Meditation, with Digressions, on Crosswords. During the interview I was surprised to hear Mr. Oshler challenge the widely held belief that regularly doing crossword puzzles is good for your brain fitness and can help stave off Alzheimer’s disease. Oshler’s problem with crossword solving is twofold: first, he believes the clinical data showing an advantage for puzzlers is both weak and only observational (“[The researcher] never said that there was a cause-and-effect relationship. He said there was a correlation. Maybe it just so happens that people who are mentally fit have a tendency to want to do crosswords in the first place”); second, we need variety in our mental exercise (“[Crosswords are] kind of the same activity over and over again. But the Alzheimer’s

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Sherlock’s Study

Recommended for 2-8 (Private Parties up to 10) Do you have the detective prowess of Sherlock Holmes to escape the room? Sherlock Holmes was famous for his investigative skills. What appears to others as chaos, however, is to Holmes a wealth of useful information. Join forces with Holmes to bring down a fierce adversary who threatens all of London. Book Room ›

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Trap Room

Recommended for 2-8 You are trapped in the horrifying torture dungeon where unspeakable acts of torture occur at the hands of Billy The Butcher. Use your senses to work together and escape the room before it is too late Book Room ›

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Masquerade Mayhem

Recommended for 4-8 Opens January 1, 2015

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