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As you regain consciousness, you realize something is seriously wrong. Your friends are beside you, and soon, your hazy thoughts become lucid enough for you to understand the gravity of the situation: you've been kidnapped. While fumbling around your surroundings, though, you start uncovering clues left behind by a previous victim. These clues are more than just omens of what's to come—they're your only way out.
The Kidnapping is the most intense experience at Breakout Indianapolis, where themed rooms challenge you to escape dire, real-life scenarios in 60 minutes or less. No matter which room you and your group choose, though, the keys to success remain the same: work together and rely on your collective ingenuity to solve puzzles, expose clues, and crack codes. Like scientists trying to discover if toys come to life when you're not looking, game masters monitor every room via cameras, providing hints should you get stuck.
Hostage - While on a flight, the team's plane is hijacked and everyone loses consciousness. Once awakened, the team finds themselves handcuffed to one another in the hijacker's headquarters and must free themselves, discover the details behind the hijacking, and escape before they run out of time.
Mystery Mansion -This spine-chilling adventure starts in the ruins of an old mansion – abandoned decades ago by a reclusive and eccentric family. Since then, rumors have spread about a presence looming over the old house. Work as a team to race the clock and uncover the mansion's secrets in this all-ages mystery adventure.
Do Not Disturb- A recent string of kidnappings has awakened old fears in the people of Breakout City. The team has tracked the Kidnapper to a rundown motel on the seedy outskirts of town. Unfortunately though, he's one step ahead, and now you're all entrapped in his web of twisted games. It's an investigation gone wrong that'll send your mind reeling as you try to save his next victims before you become one yourself.
We asked Bryce Anderson of Breakout Games what advice he'd give to beginners. Then we asked him what he'd say if he had money riding on it.