Now Entering.. Trapdoor Escape Room!
We had the pleasure of participating in the Volcano’s Ruin Escape Room and we could feel the dedication and care that went into this build.
After you pass the Keeper of Keys, Valerie’s upbeat smile carries onward toward the first room as you set out to bend your mind with puzzles, creative problem solving, and sheer panic as the clock ticks backward from 60 minutes. You’ll start off with a lady’s voice to hear your task. Good luck, Adventurer!
If you’re within a reasonable travel distance, please do yourself a favour and try the Volcano’s Ruin Escape Room at Trapdoor. Before you do so, let’s get to know the owners:
- Prop Designer / Creator
- He calls himself a Puzzle Architect – a lot of pen and paper planning of puzzles.
- Builder of all building things such as puzzles, electronics, and convincing the other two guys that they’re insane, while offering up a solid sense of reality.
- Operations, Queen of First Impressions, & Keeper of Keys
The three gents went to high school together, and lived together in their twenties in a super-cheap house on Oxford and Richmond. They called it the Frat boy House.. full of nerds. What does that mean? Turn-table, big backyard, lots of grad students working toward their Computer Science Degrees, and Dungeons and Dragons spread out on the kitchen table.
Being fans of the Escape Room experience is a form of priceless market research. Chris, Derek, and Mike have played so many that they have a great insight into what truly works and what doesn’t. For you, this means a great experience whether you’re a rookie or veteran.
Part business and part passion project. Derek’s handiwork is shown in finer detail. Dots, lines, and pieces. What is this? How do I figure this out? The magic, here, is that you don’t have to be an expert. You just have to enjoy solving problems with friends, family, or co-workers.