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College Town Escape Rooms

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College Town Escape Rooms

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Mike W wrote a review Mar 2020
Jackson, Mississippi93 contributions24 helpful votes
We’re experienced escape room players, but on this trip we had two newbies, so we wanted to make sure we did an easier room. I saw online this was one of their easiest. We quickly found all the secret stashes of cash. Most were obviously hidden with padlocks placed in plain sight. They had 3 simple logic puzzles to obtain the combinations. We solved those in about 40 minutes. That left us 20 minutes to look for the clue that ended the game timer and brought the gold bar. Here’s my beef with this room: 1. The gold bar should be hidden in the room. Not brought in by the game master. 2. The clue that needed to be found had nothing indicating where in the room you need to look. It’s just a random poke and prod at every surface in the room. To make it worse, you have no idea of what you’re supposed to be looking for, a piece of paper, a key, a hidden map, a trap door, etc. so it’s just a stupid cop out. They need to put a locked box or some object that vaguely indicates what or where you should look in the room for. I’m bitter because after the 20 minutes of fruitless searching was up the game master showed us the solution and while we didn’t get it, I still say it’s lazy game creation to pull that stunt. If you’ve done the room let me know if you agree, but don’t give away the solution because that’s not cool.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Destinee wrote a review Oct 2019
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My husband and I decided to give the escape room a try on a date night. We went with low expectations but where honestly blown away. We had such a wonderful night. We did the Bonnie and Clyde room. It was just the two of us, which in my opinion made it even better. We really had to work as a team. We went in there pretty stressed and feeling pretty distant from one another. But by the time we left we felt amazingly in love. I definitely recommend to any couples who need some reconnecting. Honestly we really had to use our brains not very easy to say the least. I plan on bringing my daughter for her birthday to ty a different one. Ps. The staff super amazing. A big thank you to Anaya!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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kevlaporte wrote a review Oct 2019
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Had 14 participants from our youth group. Participated in three different scenarios. Everyone had a wonderful time! The staff were fantastic. Friendly, helpful, and courteous. Definitely recommend College Town Escape Rooms for a church youth activity. You need to ask TripAdvisor to add "Youth Group" to their "What sort of visit was this?" survey.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Tashana B wrote a review Aug 2019
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We had a great time. Staff was very friend. Rooms were fun. There was four in our group. Me, my husband and our two teen boys. We escaped with the cash! Definitely want to go back and do more.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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MontayM45 wrote a review Jul 2019
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I have visited the College Town Escape Room 3 times and have not yet once been able to beat there rooms. They are very in depth and very fun regardless of not completing them. The staff is very nice too, helping groups with little small hints if they get stuck in a certain area or cannot figure out what to do next. The only thing I took a little bit of an issue with is the price per person. I went the other day with just me and my friend and spent $47 for a 1 hour escape. Don't get me wrong it did not ruin my experience what so ever it just seems a little pricey and maybe that around the average price for most escape rooms I don't know. Above all I would defiantly recommend this to anyone around the ages of 16 up.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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