“I will murder you with stories of my childhood.”
Location: Norcross, GA
Date Played: March 23, 2018
Team size: up to 8; we recommend 2-4
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: from $25 per ticket
The Cabin was a standard escape room in a dark, creepy setting. The darkness was the most challenging aspect of the game. While the story didn’t quite work, the vibe came through strongly.
If you’re a local and excited to play in the dark, check this one out.
Who is this for?
- Best for beginners
- People who like a little bit of creep factor
- The intro video
- A fun teamwork sequence
We’d gotten lost in the woods and stumbled upon a cabin. Once trapped inside, we realized the proprietor might not be such a kind soul, and should he return… we’d rather he didn’t.
The Cabin was dark. There were a few pieces of furniture and some props to make it vaguely like a study. Mostly, I remember that it was dark.
Amazing Escape’s The Cabin was a standard escape room with a low level of difficulty.
Core gameplay revolved around searching and making connections.
+? Amazing Escape opened The Cabin with a humorous intro video that was remarkably similar to the one at THE BASEMENT in Los Angeles.
– The Cabin required a lot of searching in barely any light. We found plenty of flashlights, but this was more annoying than entertaining.
– The early puzzles emerged by way of some childhood stories. This attempt at narrative didn’t quite work.
+ We might have been lost in the woods, but one fun puzzle series gave us some direction.
– The Cabin ended abruptly. We were surprised when we realized we were finished.
Tips for Visiting
- Parking: There is parking out front.
Book your hour with Amazing Escape’s The Cabin, and tell them that the Room Escape Artist sent you.
Disclosure: Amazing Escape provided media discounted tickets for this game.