At Room Escape Artist, we write about escape rooms 365 days a year. It’s a lot of content… so we’ve decided to help you out with a monthly column that highlights the strongest and most interesting content that we put out each month.
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Chapter 1: Room 303, 303 Escape (Thornton, CO) – 303 Escape put an abundance of thought and craft into the design of this, their first escape room. (Review by David Spira)
Headcase, Breaking Point Escape Rooms (Rancho Cucamonga, CA) – The high production cinematics in Headcase made us feel like we were in a movie. (Review by Theresa W)
Spellbound, 13th Gate Escape (Baton Rouge, LA) – Spellbound is a classic escape room for a reason. The game holds up. It is one of the strongest games in the famous 13th Gate Escape facility. (Review by Lisa Spira)
NEScape! (2023), (digital) – This is a point-and-click game in the style of an NES game. It has puzzle-forward gameplay and is now available on Switch and Xbox. (Review by REA Hivemind)
New Recommendation Guides
Tasks Help Players Connect With Characters In Escape Rooms – Tasks can help players relate to characters in escape rooms by allowing them to empathize with those characters and their experiences.
The Top 3 Myths About Escape Rooms – We give you the inside scoop about locked doors, horror, and intelligence tests.