Players use their wits to solve puzzles and overcome obstacles in a time-travel themed escape game
What You'll Get
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Choose from Six Options
- $89 for an escape game for four ($112 value)
- $110 for an escape game for five ($140 value)
- $124 for an escape game for six ($168 value)
For any day:
- $94.50 for an escape game for four ($112 value)
- $117 for an escape game for five ($140 value)
- $141 for an escape game for six ($168 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to scheduled game. Recommended for ages 7 and older. Valid for all games. Online reservation required. Subject to availability. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Escapology Cincinnati
The Time Displacement Institute in Loveland has something very powerful in its possession—a time portal capable of whisking people to different eras in order to prevent catastrophic events from occurring. When the sirens and alarms sound, groups of friends shoot back in time to resolve the crises, but they only have 60 minutes to solve a series of clues and puzzles before disaster strikes. That's the general scenario at Escapology Cincinnati. Read on to learn just where the time portal will go:
Havana Cuba, October 1962: In Cuba Crisis II, something has gone wrong in time, and Fidel Castro is about to launch nuclear missiles at the United States. Teams of 2–6 must work together to destroy a launch-code document that Fidel's brother, Ramon, hid. But Ramon is a master of game theory, and it won't be easy to save the U.S.
Atlanta, September 2013: In Extinction, the time portal deposits groups of 2–6 in Atlanta, where they must try locate an antidote to a virus due to kill millions of people in the Atlanta area. Friends must search the lab of the reclusive Dr. Walter Ryan, who created the antidote to the virus. The only problem is, the lab is due to explode the next day and when it does, the antidote will be lost forever.
Minnesota, 1932: In Assassination Express, 2–6 people go back in time to 1932 in order to stop a bomb from killing future president Franklin D. Roosevelt while he campaigns for the presidency in Minnesota. If they can't, the U.S. will fall prey to poverty and will never enter WWII, leaving Europe at the mercy of the Nazis. Groups must search the dining cart of the train for the bomb and then diffuse it before it's too late.