Puzzle with Scarface.
Location: Nashville, TN
Date Played: February 11, 2018
Team size: up to 8; we recommend 2-4
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: $26.99 per ticket for adults, $20.99 per ticket for children
Capone was a typical search-and-puzzle escape room. It worked, but it didn’t wow.
Who is this for?
- Two-bit gangsters
- Any experience level
- The cozy staging
- The transition
Al Capone believes we narced on him to the FBI. We’ve been locked up in his apartment and he’s coming back in an hour to deal with us if we can’t find our way our first.
Capone’s elegant apartment set felt lived in. Nearly everything within the game looked and felt like it belonged there. It was a charming environment.
Capone was a standard search-and-puzzle escape room that leaned more towards puzzling.
The set was elegant. It evoked the bygone era and felt homey.
The gameplay largely worked.
There was a fun transition sequence. It was unexpected, humorous, and interactive.
Much of the gameplay involved reading laminated texts and applying these to props. The gameplay felt uninspired, requiring different versions of the same connection on multiple occasions.
Capone was flat. With the exception of one transition, it didn’t deliver energetic or memorable moments; it never evolved in complexity or intrigue. There wasn’t much of a climax or finale.
Tips for Visiting
- Parking: There is parking outside the escape room.
Book your hour with Trapped Escape Game Nashville’s Capone, and tell them that the Room Escape Artist sent you.
The next Room Escape Conference is taking place in Nashville, TN from July 27-29, 2018. The conference organizers sponsored our trip to Nashville, Murfreesboro, and Franklin to play this game and others in the region. We strive to help conference attendees visit the room escapes that are best for them.