From Our Editors
There are no zombies hiding within Vault Escape Chicago—no serial killers or ghosts either. There are, however, puzzles. Lots of puzzles. Because the purpose of Vault Escape Chicago is to challenge its guests to use their minds, think critically, and suss out clues in order to escape within 60 minutes. And "challenge" is the operative word. Of all the teams to enter Vault's two escape rooms, only roughly a quarter manage to find their way out before their time is up. Read on to learn what makes each room such a head-scratcher.
Inheritance: Joe Kravett devoted his life to puzzles. So it shouldn't be too surprising that he devoted his death to puzzles, as well. In order to determine who would inherit his fortune, Kravett created his biggest puzzle to date: a whole room meant to confound anyone who was unworthy. Now you and your team are about to toss your hat into the ring, with 60 minutes standing between you and fortune.
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