We had never heard of Escape Rooms, so we thought we would give it a go. We did the Lev Pasted room and failed (but it was a blast!). So we stayed and did the Jack Travis room, and failed (but was... more »
We went and did the Warehouse escape room. The area outside of the building looks a little sketchy. But don't be alarmed. Once inside, it's really nicely done. The girl at the desk was really nice... more »
Even if I were paid to come back, I wouldn't do so unless they drastically improve their rooms. When I went to Logiquit with a group of friends (total of 5 people), we used the Groupon discount as an incentive. The parking lot is small since it is in Los Angeles and it is shared with many other businesses, but that is just something to be aware about. In our party, we have people who haven't done an escape room before to people who have done 10+ escape rooms and worked on them in the past. We decided to do the CSI/Secret Agent room as that was the room that was on sale. Coming out of the room, I felt like the room was counter-intuitive. When we came went into the room and checked in, our game master told us the rules and assured us that everything would work since the room was low-tech (remember this). We went into the room and immediately noticed that it was a small room that was on the smaller side and wasn't very good for holding 5 people. The decor was also minimal and really needed to be updated. Our game master further explain that to get a clue, we would need to push a button on the wall and a nearby screen would have the clue. When we did press it during the game, there was a delay; at one point, we had to press it 3 times before we received our hint. Several of the puzzles weren't very well done. Without trying to spoil how to do the puzzles I'll do my best at describing the faults. For instance, one of the puzzles required that you break open a lock which I thought was atypical. Another one needed a black light, but the black light wasn't that effective and the writing for which the black light was used was also hard to read. Another one used electricity to open a box; however, the wiring didn't work and it made it so that we wasted several minutes trying to figure it out. It got to the point that we had to use a hint function. After we asked, even the game master had to directly tell us that the box was supposed to open after we finished a puzzle, but it didn't open at all (which I thought was funny since they originally stated that everything would work). In the end, I did mention several of my complaints to the game master and he said that he would take them into account. Although, when we finished the room and were getting ready to leave, another person was standing there with a camera and talked about doing some type of production with the game master. It felt like he just brushed off my complaints as if to get me out the door faster. Overall, I wouldn't recommend this place and I have no intention of coming back -- even if they were to pay me to do another room. Sad to say, I felt like this was the 2nd worst room that I have ever done. In fact, after we left, I felt bad for my friend who had to do this escape room as their first experience.
This was an amazing experience! Really challenging and fun. Because it was in LA we were running late due to traffic and we felt terrible about that, we were worried that we were just gonna get turned away due to scheduling, which makes sense but they were very nice there and gave us incredible costumer service, even though we showed up late. We will definitely be coming back to try the rest of the rooms!
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