Perhaps the greatest feat of mental strength which human beings possess is our ability to overcome our fears. To achieve focus while being courageous is easier said than done. Are you brave enough for this game? Revenge of the Serial Killer places you captive in the warehouse of a notorious serial killer known as “The Cipher” , where you will have to face your fears, while working together, to escape his terror and madness. Experienced escape players and novices alike will delight in the terror and fun of this macabre challenge. Inspired by the Saw films, and filled with references to infamous real life serial killers.. you will feel like you’ve been dropped right into the middle of a horror movie.
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GuReview - REVENGE OF THE SERIAL KILLER
by Gureviewer: rachelklepadlo
Game Played On: Saturday, 7th April 2018
Recommended Team Size: 4-6 Players
Kid Friendly: No
Game Duration: 60 Min.
Booking Method: Online
Start Time: On Time
Who is this for: Enthusiasts, Searchers, Thrill Seekers, Horror Fans
Live Actor: No
Public Transportation: N/A
Parking: Venue Free Parking
Free parking in lot outside
This room is designed to run with 4 people ideally. I wouldn't recommend any more or less players for this experience. Due to some of the horror elements in this room, I would not recommend this to kids under 16.
Venue / Lobby Info:
There is a large sitting area to the right side of the entrance for you to wait for your team to arrive. Items for sale (zombie themed, branded items) are available within the lobby.
Public Restrooms: Yes
Notes for People with Disabilities:
Bates Motel Escape Rooms are ADA compliant so Wheelchairs can navigate the rooms. If you have any health conditions, call prior to booking.
Game Introduction: We are each led into separate chambers in the dark, where the GM explains briefly what we are to expect. This is super exciting, and gives each team player a differential initial experience and starting point.
Operator Intro: Exciting - takes you into the story
Narrative: Escape a Specific Unpleasant Place
Main room first glance: Wow!
The room I began in was different than the rest of the team. I was 'strapped' to a psychiatric chair, with various monitors around me so I could spy on my team (and perhaps help them?!) It was an exciting experience, and I cannot go into deeper details without giving this game away.
Flow: Excellent flow - flawless and coherent
One thing led to another, and the usage of several rooms assisted us in continuing further into the game. It was practically a seamless experience, and very enjoyable to navigate.
Puzzles: Good puzzles
I've never seen such a mismatch of puzzles before in my life. Some of the puzzles were 100% on theme (Game note: you may get wet while playing), while others made no sense (periodic table of elements? math with decimal places?! what kind of serial killer is this?!). One puzzle got 'stuck' and the GM came in within a minute to assist us in continuing. His prompt attention kept the game moving smoothly.
Wonderful, large set design - Unique starting sequence - Horror game that didn't depend on jump scares
We didn't know when the game was 'over', nobody was at the end of the game to meet us - puzzles varied greatly in theme and difficulty
Hints & Clues, Debrief
Quality: Good (things made sense)
Closure & Debrief: OK