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Become the heroes of an extraordinary adventure at the edge of the univers or in the heart of the Victorian London. While you’re in the Impasse, you’ll have to resolve a serie of physical and mental challenges to escape this delicate situation...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
5175 Avenue du Parc, Montreal, Quebec H2V 4G3, Canada
I liked the Barbershop so much I decided to come back and do Interstellar Panic, with a similar group of people. We did not escape this one (it is considered harder than the Barbershop) but we still had fun. We had the same game master...More
This was my first ever ‘escape room ‘ experience and the 2nd one for my boyfriend. I attempted ‘the Barber’ scenario & I really enjoyed it (despite not being able escape)... I asked my boyfriend which experience he preferred out of the 2 he has...More
Impasse was the second escape game for me and I have to say it was a really better experience than the other place. We boarded the spaceship Aldeo and the whole thing was immersive and entertaining thanks to a real feeling of progression in the...More
Game masters were friendly, game was immersive and fun. Puzzles were nicely put together and were all linked - allowing for cohesiveness and flow throughout the game. We were six people and got out pretty quickly! We will be returning to do their other room!
We had never tried an escape room before, so we gave Impasse a try. We did the Barbershop scenario. It was a lot of fun. The puzzles were definitely hard, but they were fair. The hostess was willing to provide hints if we asked, and...More
Date of experience: October 2017
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