Losted & Founded
Location: King of Prussia, PA & Las Vegas, NV
Date Played: June 18, 2021
Team size: up to 12; we recommend 4-7
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: $37.99 per player
Game Breakage: No
Accessibility Consideration: at least one player will need child-like agility
Emergency Exit Rating: [A+] No Lock
Physical Restraints: [A+] No Physical Restraints
Before I dive into our own review of Rugrats: Search for the Losted Toys, our old friend, Chuckie Finster, has a few thoughts that he’d like to share on this game:
The Escape Game got so much right with Rugrats: Search for the Losted Toys. It was a fantastic representation of Rugrats and managed to appeal to the serious fan, casual fan, and unaware people in our group. We all got different things out of it and enjoyed the experience.
Additionally, this was an impressively effective reskinning of a beloved game. Having already played Playground, I was worried that the game would feel too familiar. While the physical footprint was identical, and some of the biggest moments from Playground remained more or less intact, it felt like a unique experience. This is partly because the biggest moments fit well into a Rugrats game, and partly because these big moments were fun enough to feel great on a second pass.
Rugrats: Search for the Losted Toys was an energizing game. We drove 2 hours to play it and were happy to have done so. I don’t think that I’d recommend getting on an airplane just to play it, but if you’re near or already going to Las Vegas or the Philadelphia area, this is a must-play.
Who is this for?
- Adventure seekers
- Puzzle lovers
- Scenery snobs
- Rugrats fans
- Any experience level
- Players who don’t need to be a part of every puzzle
- Children at heart
- Child-like gleeful moment
- Fun puzzles
Angelica had hidden all of the kids’ favorite toys, but in the process she’d lost her own beloved Cynthia doll. Now Angelica, Tommy and the gang need some help from us, the grownup babies. If we fail, the toys could be losted forever.Continue reading “The Escape Game – Rugrats: Search for the Losted Toys [Review]”