One Eyed Jack is one of the best escape rooms in Las Vegas. Here are our recommendations for other great escape rooms in Las Vegas.
Fit for a suicide king
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Date Played: November 28, 2021
Team Size: 2-8; we recommend 3-5
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: $45 per player for 2 players to $39 per player for 6 players
Accessibility Consideration: Crawling (at least 1 player), low lighting
Emergency Exit Rating: [A+] No Lock
Physical Restraints: [A+] No Physical Restraints
A serial killer with a twist, “One Eyed Jack” surreptitiously presented his victims to-be with a jack playing card just prior to their murders. This iconic motif, combined with a thoughtful approach to puzzle design, helped ensure this was not just another serial killer game.
One Eyed Jack felt like a horror game without being too scary. Lighting choices and small details in the environment made for a compelling spooky atmosphere. As the game progressed, there were moments where our dependence on handheld lights became slightly burdensome, but this proved to be a nonissue overall.
One Eyed Jack was representative of what solid escape room design looked like a few years ago. This gameplay has aged fairly well, and it was full of creative elements.
If you’re in Las Vegas, Trapped! Escape Room’s One Eyed Jack is a great choice, especially for newer players. If you’re looking for a more modern escape room experience, Trapped’s Pandora’s Box kicks up the heat a few notches with some fancier tech. Whereas Pandora’s Box is a linear, small-team game, One Eyed Jack provides more parallel play for medium-sized teams.Continue reading “Trapped! Escape Room Las Vegas – One Eyed Jack [Review]”