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One room. One team. 50 minutes. A bit of thinking and a lot of fun. A challenging and interactive real life game where you and your team are trapped in a room, and have 50 minutes to find a way out. Everything around you could be a clue - and you're...more
Closes in 19 min
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 12:00 am
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Suggested duration: < 1 hour
211 LaTrobe Street | Level 3, Melbourne Central, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
The 2 escape rooms at strike were FANTASTIC!! They were so much fun and some tricky puzzles too. Would definitely go again - it would be great if they changed up their rooms every so often so that you can come back and experience different...More
More interactive than some escape rooms around. Good group activity. Would be fun to be able to have 2 groups doing the same rooms. It was a bit odd to be blindfolded and taken through the crowds to the escape room though.
Massive logic leaps and very rushed. System gives answers before team had had time to digest information. Avoid.More
Fun-Lab, Public Relations Manager at Strike Escape Rooms Melbourne Central, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2017
Hi there, thanks for taking the time to review our Old Haunt escape room. We are truly disappointed that you felt the systems in the room were not up to scratch. This point has been noted for the future of the room. If you want...More
It was the best time i have had in ages, being put in a dark room and having to use your skill to figure out how to get out i will recommend it for everyone.
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