|Theming||Half of the puzzles were themed appropriately.|
|Puzzle Design||Adequate to poor in some cases.|
||It’s mostly an adequate room. I liked it less than Da Vinci Code, and much less than the Black Room.|
388 Spadina Ave – 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON M5T 2G5
Cross Street: Spadina Ave. and College St.
Group Size: The Billiard Room Murder (2-6), Bio Hazard (2-6), The Black Room (2-6), Da Vinci Code (2-6)
Game Time: 45 minutes
Price: $25.00/Adult, $22.00/Student ($2 discount with Facebook like and check-in, $1 discount with Yelp check-in)
Phone Number: 647-350-0140
The last room I tried at Escape Zone came a bit later. The Biohazard room was advertised to have a ‘bonus’ mission at the end. It piqued my interest because I thought maybe the game had diverging paths, but that wasn’t really the case. The bonus mission gives an extra puzzle that players can solve to win a free ticket (for one player, with a minimum group of 4). The Biohazard room is the least impressive of the three so far. The decor does match your generic lab/hospital setting. There were some puzzles that I felt were misplaced. One puzzle in particular left us confused because solving it didn’t really progress the game or do anything at all. We escaped and solved the extra mission, but I don’t think I’ll be back for the Billiard Room Murder, which I suspect is closer to the Biohazard room than the Black Room. If you had to do a room at this facility, I’d strongly suggest the Black Room over the others.