You and a group can take a crack at escaping from an imaginatively themed room (think underwater laboratory, witch-inhabited kindom, the future—right now you escape from "20,000 Leagues" and a "Midnight Carnival"), which you will be locked inside of for an hour. A situation in which the old adage "communication is key" could ring quite true. Contributing writer Meg Van Huygen wrote: "The first Seattle room escape opened in late 2013. ... They're really, really hard, with maybe 50 different clues to Easter-egg out per room, and time is short. The cost is comparable to the competition's ($26 per person), but the production values are noticeably higher. The highly creative clues and overall game structure make Puzzle Break the best game in town, at least for now."
1423 10th Ave (studios B and D), Seattle, WA 98122