Mountain Top Murders Escape Room
60 Min Escape Room Synopsis
Your Nana was always a bit estranged from the family, but you tried your best to stay connected to her. I mean after all, she’s quite old, and she shouldn’t have to spend her days in solitude. You do really worry about her, but she insists that she's fine in her mountain cabin by herself. It was always an hourly phone call that was your little bonding time, but nearly a month has passed since your last contact with her.
You decide its time to take a visit up to check on dear old Nana Hannah. It takes you all day to get directions and now that night has fallen, you only make out the cabin by the cracks that shine through her fencing from your headlights. You peak through a broken window pane to see red marks down at the end of the hall. Calling out, there is no answer.
Did someone break into the cabin? Is that slashes of blood on the wall? What happened to Nana Hannah?
Next Generation Game Monitor
Game monitors will provide a unique, progressive, hint delivery integrated into the storyline.
Please Note: Mountain Top Murders utilizes special effects including specialty lighting and brief periods of darkness. This experience contains references/imagery that may be disturbing or scary for some players including depictions of death. We do not recommend this experience for young children.
When you arrive at your Nana's secluded mountain cabin, you have a feeling that all of you are in perilous danger.
The game play in this room involves minimal scavenger hunting and requires more deductive problem solving like our other escape rooms.
The game play in this room is great for puzzle lovers. Put on your thinking cap when you enter this escape room!
41% of teams manage to complete this room. Do you have what it takes to be among the winners?
This room is suitable for groups of up to 6 participants in public games and 6 participants in private games.
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