Tag "Escape Rooms"

Escape Game SD locks you in a Japanese horror nightmare

The Nerd Reactor A Team has concluded our second tour de San Diego escape rooms. Fresh off our carne asada fries layover, the team scurried down to Hillcrest to visit

Hide the drugs in the Stash House escape room (review)

Escape rooms have been one of my go-to pastime activities, and in Los Angeles, there are hundreds of escape rooms with more popping up almost every week. In the throng

3rd Day Escape’s Hourglass 2.0 escape room (review)

The Nerd Reactor gang recently went on a trip to San Diego to check out the escape room scene. In our first trip, we’ve experienced 3rd Day Escape’s Harvest Motel, The

Discover the Sister’s Secret at Unlockables Escape Room

One of the best escape rooms we’ve tried in San Diego was ‘The Escape’ at Unlockables, so when they invited us to try out their new room, ‘Sister’s Secret’, we

Danger lurks inside A Room with a Clue’s The Doll House escape room

I recently visited Dallas and discovered A Room with a Clue, an escape room establishment located in the Deep Ellum district. As an enthusiast, I had to check it out and

Hollywood Escape House dares us to find the woman in the attic

Unlike most escape rooms we’ve come across, the ‘Hollywood Escape House’ is quite possibly the most unique escape room we’ve played, mainly for the fact that they are literally inside

Knights of the Round Table (escape room review)

Most other escape rooms will label you a winner or a loser. The common escape room premise is that you must fight the clock before you become a permanent resident

Mission Escape Games’ The Darkest Hour (escape room review)

It’s hard to believe that we’ve nearly done well over 60 different escape rooms. We’ve only been covering them for a little over a year now and it seems more and

The Laboratory Escape Room features ingenious puzzles

There are escape rooms that feature both immersive settings and elaborate puzzles. But with The Laboratory Escape Room in Downtown Los Angeles, its focus is on puzzles, and that’s not

Will you survive The Cromwell Estate’s Escape Room?

Having completed about a dozen or so escape rooms, I wasn’t really sure what to expect out of one called the Cromwell Estate, situated in one of the industrial areas

Escape Room LA’s The Pyramid has you searching for lost Mayan treasure

Escape Room LA has released a new room, and it’s the most ambitious yet. Enter The Pyramid, a multi-room escape room set inside a “jungle pyramid” where you are searching

The Virus has spread, it’s time to get the F out (escape room review)

What happens when you get a group of wildly imaginative people whose only intention is to lock you in a room for 60 minutes? You get ‘The Virus’ escape room

Down the ‘Elevator Shaft’ we go with The Basement LA’s new escape room

If you ask any escape room enthusiast in the L.A or surrounding area what their favorite escape room is, chances are The Basement LA is going to be the first

You’ll need brain-enhancing drugs to beat Lockdown (escape room review)

When we went on an escape room road trip to San Diego, we knew that on our list had to be Lockdown. They were one of the most established escape

Can you outwit the Evil Genius Escape Rooms? (review)

After having done a few dozen escape rooms, you begin to hope that one day you’ll come across a room that does things differently. Yes, the concept is the same

The Harvest Motel is the scariest escape room in San Diego

If you’re a horror escape room enthusiast in the Orange County area, I suggest checking out Zoe in Fullerton and Hex Room in Anaheim. Zoe is the scariest escape room

Horror Escapes LA Sideshow’s Ringmaster’s Quarters and Trapped (escape room review)

Escape rooms are the next level of interactive entertainment, and the Southern California area is blessed to have hundreds of rooms, with more popping up this year. Nerd Reactor was

Questroom’s Bloody Elbow escape room aims to tear you apart

We’re back at Questroom Escape Rooms in Koreatown, but this time we’re going to try out their most popular room, ‘Bloody Elbow.’ We’ve heard the stories of this escape room,

Travel Back in Time with Questroom’s Da Vinci Challenge

Koreatown, an integral part of Los Angeles that is rich in culture and diversity. When most people speak about ktown it’s mainly about the food, but concealed amongst the bevy of

Escapedom: Westwood’s premiere escape room

When you hear about the city of Westwood, CA, most people will attribute it to the location of UCLA. And as a Los Angeles native, I can say Westwood is