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Arkansas is missing. Please come try my room. I’ll give you a heads up – it’s linear. Probably won’t help, because of human nature. I’ve only played one escape room in my life, and all the puzzles are designed by me, and you won’t see them anywhere else.
One of our best reviews came from a guy that had played somewhere around 80 rooms:
As someone who has done dozens of escape rooms all over the country, I can honestly say that this company consistently creates some of the most unique escape rooms I’ve experienced. While escape rooms generally tend to vary along a lot of different lines (e.g., tech, design, aesthetics, attention-to-detail, themes, immersion level, etc.), after you’ve done a few, you start to notice a lot of the same types of puzzles getting used in most rooms, with theme-appropriate modifications or slight variations in the mechanics or solutions. Usually, the changes in implementation are distinct enough that the puzzles are challenging regardless of how many times you’ve seen its kin, but after you’ve done as many rooms as I have, it’s rare that you come across a set of puzzles that contain little in the way of familiar territory, and that was certainly the case for me with GR8 Escapes second room, Gangster’s Revenge. There were several times throughout the room when I stopped just to admire the creativity of the puzzles themselves. Definitely a must-try, whether you’re an escape room pro or you’ve never done one before, you won’t be disappointed!