A new escape room has opened in Windsor, but another has closed down in Toronto! This puts Ontario up to 64.
395 Teccumseh Rd. West, Unit 104
Windsor, ON N8X 1G3
Cross Street: Ouellette Ave. and Tecumseh Road W.
Group Size: Professor’s Office (2-8)
Game Time: 60 minutes
Price: $25.00 / Person (Tax not included. Minimum Booking of 4 for Saturdays)
Phone Number: 519-562-0497
Locked-In, once found across Pacific Mall / Market Village, has now closed.
Mystery Room (Downtown) has opened a new room, Dream World.
When Alex was seven, he asked his grandpa why he couldn’t always remember his dreams. His grandpa would laugh and tell him that a monster ate his dreams. Alex was very afraid of this monster and didn’t want him to come and eat his dreams because only if he had these dreams would his dreams come true.
Captive announced over twitter/Facebook that they would be opening up at a second location in Mississauga September 4th!
Adventure Rooms (Kitchener) has opened their fourth room/theme, The Vault.
Claustrophobia announced their fourth room The Gallery on July 30th.
SCRAP/REG tickets for Escape from the Cursed Forest go on sale tomorrow. To strongly clarify, the format of this game seems like it will be like Escape From the Bank (which was more or less a sit-down-styled puzzle hunt) rather than their two previous escape rooms, Vol 1: Escape from the Mysterious Room or Vol 2: Escape from the Time Travel Lab.
The Hour revamped their site. There’s also a new ‘coming soon’ room, The Lost ONes.
Many years ago, a devastating landslide destroyed and covered a small town of Whitby. After many excavation efforts, their small school still remained to be found, leaving many devastated parents without their little ones. With time, people moved on and the tragic event was all but forgotten.
Forty years later, a mining group, searching for coal, stumbled upon a small chamber underground and immediately realized what they had discovered. As they continued to explore its confines, they found that the room was full of children’s toys, but no remains were ever found. Many teams have tried to uncover the mysteries of the chamber, but have been lost to its secrets.
Rumour has it that once you enter the walls of the chamber, you will never be the same.
De Code Adventures also has another new room coming up, De Code the Art Legacy.
A business mogul has recently opened his private art gallery to the public. It is full of beautiful and expensive art pieces but it also contains this CEO’s secret to his past and rise in fortune. Can you solve this mystery and uncover his darkest secret?
Improbable Escapes in Kingston announced that their newest room, The Office, will be open September 4th.
Your boss has called you into his office, tells you to sit tight, and locks the door behind you. You’ve been set up as a patsy for a secret gambling ring. The police are on their way. Will you be able to prove your innocence and escape?
Escape Manor in Ottawa announced that their newest room will be Apocalypse themed. The game will be an hour long (as opposed to their usual 45 minutes), and will be 1800 square feet.
De Code Adventures announced Heroes Unleashed. It is a 100 minute facility wide escape game, where teams of 5 will have different roles and will have to defeat a dragon. They also released a promo video, but it showed puzzles from their existing escape rooms. I would assume that this Heroes Unleashed is something novel. It officially launches August 19th.
EscapeZone has made no announcement at all about anything, but I was informed that the entry for the Biohazard room has been replaced with a COMING SOON picture.
The other reviewers from Escape Room Addicts, Escape Games Review, and Escape Games Toronto have banded together to form Canadian Capers. On September 19th, they will be hosting ‘Night at the Speakeasy’ – “A One-Day-Only Theatrical Live Escape Experience”. You can find out more information HERE
Removed a few expired contests/discounts/whatever.
Name: Escape Mission
Notes: Escape Mission (formerly Triango, but was bought out by Mission45) have announced a new room, and a deal along side it. The deal can be found HERE
Name: Real Escape Game TO
Notes: Review any of their games on Google+, Trip Advisor, Facebook or Yelp! and e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to your review to get entered into a raffle for two tickets to Escape From the Cursed Forest.
Name: Lost Canada
Notes: $29 for admission for two ($14.50/person), $58 for admission for four ($14.50/person), or $87 for admission for six ($14.50/person), or $116 for admission for eight ($14.50/person). All of them drop the price to $14.50/person. Regular prices are $28 if you book online, or a whopping $35 door price, making discounts range from 49% to 59% (if you want to consider the door price).
Name: Room Escape Adventures
Notes: $28 for admission for 2 ($14.00/person). Regular price is at $28.00/person, making the discount 50%.
Name: Mystery Room
Notes: $69 for admission for four ($17.25/person),or $90 for admission for six ($15/person), or $99 (for admission for eight $12.38/person). They have variable group rates. I’m too lazy to calculate the range!
Name: Escape Maze
Notes: They have introduced Wild West Wednesdays, where there is a $5 discount on Wednesdays.
Name: Freeing Canada – Toronto
Notes: Beat the Unmask or Mission Incredible for entry into a raffle for an Iphone 6. Get 25% off by liking their Facebook page. This expires August 31st, 2015.
Name: Breakout Team Adventures Inc.
Notes: Breakout has introduced BreakOut Mondays for a month, where player can play for $14.99 (after tax).
Notes: You can book online at http://www.roundaboutcanada.com with the code 10_percent_off for 10% off.
Name: Lost City Escape Room
Notes: To celebrate the summer, they have dropped their admission price by $5 per person to $20 + tax.
Name: Xscaper Arts (both locations)
Notes: In preparation for new rooms, all the current rooms are $15.
Name: De Code Canada
Link: Sunday Family Special
Notes: $79.99 + tax for admission for 4 players, with 4 drinks, 1 fondue, 1 picture frame, and unlimited board game time. I’m too lazy to figure out what the discount is for this. Expires Aug 30th.
Name: The Great Escape
Notes: With a minimum of 4 players, you can play tax free (13% off) if you like and share THIS Facebook post.
Notes: For weekdays, $12 for one ($12.00/person), or $40 for four ($10.00/person). For weekends, $15 for one ($15.00/person) or $50 for 4 ($12.50/person). The regular pricing at iEscaped is $15/person on weekdays and $20/person on weekends if you like and check-in on Facebook, ranging the discount from 20% off to 37.5% off ‘regular’ discounted pricing.
Name: Origin Room Break
Notes:$23 for two ($11.50/person) and $45 for four ($11.25/person) redeemable from Monday to Friday.
$25 for two ($12.50/person) redeemable Saturday and Sunday , $49 for four ($12.25/person)redeemable from Saturday to Sunday. The regular pricing at Origin Room Break is $20/Person if you like them on facebook, ranging discounts from 37.50% to 43.75% off.
Name: Mission 45
Notes: $25 for 2 ($12.50/person) and $45 for 4 ($11.25/person) for the small rooms. $80 for 6 ($13.33/Person) and$100/8 ($12.50/Person) for the two larger rooms. Perplexingly, if you check in on Facebook, small rooms are $12/person, meaning discounts might be 6.25% if you have 4 people. You shouldn’t get the groupon if you have two people unless you are going on a weekend. Large rooms are $15/person currently, and offer a 16.66% discount.
Name: Xtreme Escape Adventures
Notes: $36 for 2 ($18/person) $66 for 4 ($16.50/Person) $97 for 6 ($16.17/Person). The regular discount for liking and sharing on facebook is $22.50/person, so discounts range from 20% to 28%.
Notes: $25 for 2 ($12.50/person). Regular 18.74/Person if you like, comment, and share on Facebook. This puts the discount at approximately 33.3%