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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by audrew, May 28, 2016.
Trying one tomorrow. Wife is excited to go.
Tell me more about this
Just did one yesterday for my birthday. Group of 6 of us did it in kc. It was a lot of fun. There are a lot popping up. Will definitely be trying another room sometime soon
I think Gin Buckets did something like this.
Gin Buckets owns one in Atlanta...
They just opened one here. I really want to try it.
You get locked in a room and have a limited amount of time to find a series of clues that will eventually get you out of the room. It's a like a video game puzzle in real life.
Did one yesterday. It's pretty fun.
I've never heard of anyone running out of time. Does it happen very often?
Some of the bigger operations have some super advanced room that are tough to figure out.
I walked around with a flash light in a dark room for an hour.
The one I did no one was getting out in time unless they've done it before.
The one I did yesterday has a 25% pass rate. I think a lot of stupid people go to that location.
Highly recommend doing this while the building is on fire and filled with smoke. Lots of fun.
Did one. Had fun. It helps to have smart people around.
I would rather work honestly.
Me and the girlfriend are doing one in Austin on Tuesday..excited
The one I'm doing tomorrow is me, my wife, 6-year-old son, 4-year-old son, and mother-in-law. Mentally preparing to put the team on my back.
Did one at the Mortuary in NOLA. Highly recommend that place.
Not trying to be rude, but why would you bring your kids to this, unless it's some sort of kid themed one that would be incredibly easy for adults?
They wanted to go.... The 4yo is just fascinated by the prospect of being locked in a room and the 6yo loves puzzles.
I put a hitchhiker in one just the other day. She hasn't escaped yet.
With your spouse, in a closed room, trying to get out? Normal week night for Cyn.
details? I live in central austina nd would be interested.
sounds okay I guess but only if you do it with some really close friends... could easily be very lame if done incorrectly. worth trying once probably.
I would be more interested in a room you escape to, right now it's the basement or the shed but somehow the wife always finds me.
Trying one today. Wife is like 'what's the point'. Which means she'll love it!!!
We are? You never told me this
Just move the dresser away from the door.
moving the dresser away from the door is just the first part
I did one recently that had a 10% success rate and we ended up getting out which was cool.
They are fun and definitely worth doing the most difficult room
I bet these places say their pass rates are low to make the attendees feel accomplished.
One here in DC is opening a ninja turtles themed room to coincide with the movie. I can't wait.
What happens if you don't make the time? If you make it, do you get something?
It's like an arcade game. Do well and everyone can see your high score. Don't...and they kick you off and laugh at you.
Don't do one of these with a girlfriend or wife. It will make you want to break up with them.
I didn't actually open one... Thought about it, but was convinced otherwise.
I was like what the hell, certainly nothing like that near me......New escape room being built by my house.
It depends where you are. In Miami, you're forced to lick a cuban girls asshole.
Forced? Most TMBers would fail on purpose
Was it in Oklahoma? Because...
have one in my basement
Did one with the bff last week. We got stuck with 3 married couples who were doing their 11th room. Having never done one I had no idea what to expect. They started the timer and the room was torn about in about 15 seconds. Drawers ripped out, books being flipped through, one girl ripped her finger nail off trying to take the back of a picture frame off which ended up being glued shut.
Highlight off the night was watching one of their married couples lose their shit over one of the clues. We had 4 clues with a bunch of codes on them (G-7, A-2, C-5, ect) which ended up being coordinates on a chess board which would ultimately create a 4 digit code for one of the safes. Instead of doing one number at a time, the husband and wife decided they were going to each do a digit at the same time. Go figure that there would be multiple coordinates used at the same time. The wife kept bitching at the guy about moving her pieces when they needed to share a space, so eventually the guy flipped the chess board over and said "you fucking do it then." Told the guy "It's just a game focker" which sadly only the bff got the reference to.
We escaped in 33 minutes and spent the rest of the night making fun of everyone else.
join us my friend
Eastern Washington shouldn't throw stones IMO
Can I fuck in these?
The one a professor created at the school I work at brags every chance he gets that no group has been able to complete his in time. I don't even want to do it to prevent giving him the satisfaction of likely another group failing.