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60out Escape Rooms Melrose

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Ellen L wrote a review Oct 2019
Los Angeles, California9 contributions12 helpful votes
Me and five friends went on a weekday night to do the Jumanji Escape Room and it was AWESOME! The game had three rooms and each one was unique and the puzzles were more than just a lock and key which i've mostly encountered in other escape rooms. There was amazing tech that the puzzles and rooms felt very modern and well thought out. Our game masters Kristen and Johnny were awesome and attentive and helpful when we needed it. My group felt so accomplished at the end since we escaped and really enjoyed ourselves and couldn't stop talking about it after. We will definitely be returning to try the other rooms!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Nevin Li wrote a review Sep 2019
Sunnyvale, California35 contributions24 helpful votes
Going through and updating my old reviews as we move them over to our new stack rank website, TheRoomRank. Check it out to see how these rooms compare to the other 125+ rooms we've done across the United States. Jumanji - 4/5. Jumanji had some tech and puzzle issues that prevented from it getting a higher score, but the set (especially the progression between the rooms) was good enough for it to be a good room to check out as an enthusiast. (Original Review) I've done over 90 escape rooms across SF, Seattle, New Orleans, and now finally LA. 60out's rooms seem to be of variable quality, but we heard decent things about jumanji and so wanted to check it out. Jumanji - 4/5 (One of the better escape rooms in the local area). Jumanji is an escape room focused more on set/immersion than the puzzles - think Quest Room if you've ever played those. I haven't personally watched the Jumanji movie, but I assume that the plot of the room followed the movie. In the room, you will get to choose a character to play as, which gameplay wise, gives you certain "powers" that enable you to interact with certain parts of the room. This was pretty neat and thematic, since most of the characters specialized in a certain role, and they had to perform certain puzzles that thematically required that role. However, they didn't do as much with this as I would have liked, since the puzzles were on the weaker side. Most of the puzzles were of the fetch quest variety where the entire puzzle is just searching for one piece and placing it in the right spot in the room. Many of the character interactions just involved being near various props and pointing at things to open them. There were a couple of puzzles that were more complicated, but I would have liked to see more of those in the room. Some of the puzzles and tech pieces were also pretty fiddly - there were a couple of occasions where we knew how to do the puzzle, but things were slightly off and we had to fiddle around with it to get it to work. The set was well done and had some good moments spread throughout the room. The story had a reasonable amount of plot points for an escape room: there were two particular points in the room that I thought was pretty neat from a story perspective, which is better than I can say for a lot of other rooms. There was a decent progression since the room was split into distinct phases, and you had differing goals for each phase of the room. All in all, if you like rooms that care more about sets than puzzles like Quest Room, you'll probably like this room (though I still prefer Quest Room, which has crazier moments). Don't expect too much puzzle wise, but come for the sets and unique character setup, and hope that the game doesn't break down as it can be a bit fiddly. The room goes from linear to non-linear back to linear, so enthusiasts probably want to bring 4 people. Beginners can bring ~6ish if they want. Personal Stats: Escaped in ~45 mins in a group of 4 enthusiasts.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Sean W wrote a review Aug 2019
Gold Coast, Australia16 contributions15 helpful votes
We ended up playing 2 games here, We loved Dracula as it had great themeing and some unique puzzles. Alice was a little confusing as the tech wasn't fully clear as to when it was solved or if it was still incorrect. We had the game master voice in a few times to let us know that the puzzle was done correctly we can move on.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Matt K wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom49 contributions56 helpful votes
My friend and I have done many escape rooms now. We were impressed with the marketing and website of 60out so booked into two games with them. We found that both games had good sets and themes. The games were fun and the puzzles were (on the whole) quite intuitive. Sadly, things just let it down overall. Things like padlocks getting stuck or puzzles being correctly solved but boxes not opening (or as we had in the Alice game things opening without being solved!). It breaks the atmosphere when the person operating the game has to voice in and explain its an error on their part. Overall the experience was OK. It needs a bit more work and more attention to detail, particularly maintenance and resting of games. Having done so many other fantastic escape rooms, I wouldn't be in a rush to return here.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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enricoMBe wrote a review Apr 2019
Los Angeles, California6 contributions
We decided the same and it was easy for us to find out the adventure to select with our 14 and 10 year old daughters. We went with Nautilus. It was fun and the staff was very prepared and kind. They supported us at our pace and they were very responsive during the entire experience. A family adventure I recommend.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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