Poker Night at The President's Bunker Escape Room
60 Min Escape Room Synopsis
While visiting Washington, D.C., you and your group have been invited to a special private tour of the White House. The last stop on the tour is the Presidential command bunker. In the event of a national emergency, the President and his staff would retreat to this bunker.
As you make your way through this last stop on your tour, the bunker suddenly goes into automatic lockdown and you are informed of an imminent attack on the United States. Now, it is just you and your fellow tour members locked in with no hope of outside help.
It is up to you to work together in a 60 minute, high-stakes race to prevent nuclear Armageddon. Good luck – the whole world is counting on you!
Next Generation Game Monitor
Game monitors will provide a unique, progressive, hint delivery integrated into the storyline.
The command center for the nuclear missile program has been compromised. You have 60 minutes to regain control before nuclear Armageddon is unleashed.
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!
35% 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 8 participants in public games and 8 participants in private games.
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- 35% completion rate
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