Your friend asked you to come to his apartment to show you something important. Upon entering, the door closes and locks behind you, your trapped! Was this a mere coincidence or was this your friend’s idea of a prank? Either way, only one way to find out.
You’ve been incarcerated in a supermax prison for a crime you may or may not have commited. In 60 minutes you will be transported to a blacksite prison. If you get onto that transport you will never be seen or heard from again. You are about to attempt something that has never been done before. Good luck!!
Escape the Bar
During the prohibition era in the early 1900’s, you and your friends go to an illegal bar for a night out. Within minutes you discover that the police are converging on the bar. The owners escaped and locked the doors behind them. With the police only minutes away, you must find a way out…
Don Byron Amaro has been murdered in his office last night. You and your team are FBI agents that were just brought onto the case. If you don’t catch the killer within about 60 minutes then the Dons family will declare war on all the other gangs. Can you stop the gang war and potentially save hundreds of lives?
Are you up to the challenge?
Up to six people enter a room and the doors lock behind them. They have 60 minutes to figure out how to escape, and they only have one another and a handful of hidden clues to make it happen. If this sounds like the plot of a psychological thriller, you’re not far from the truth—though it’s one the participants enter willingly.
Based on a Japanese game called Takagism, Solve The Room sends groups into an enclosed space of their choosing—an apartment, a casino, a pirate ship, or a crime scene—where they pool their critical-thinking skills to solve puzzles and find their way out. Plots vary, from swiping a casino’s money to identifying a killer, while the objectives remain the same: work together, use clues to your advantage, and, most importantly, get out of there before it’s too late.
I rarely leave feedback messages but had to this time because we had a GREAT experience! The staff was friendly and welcoming, the room was neat and challenging, and everyone had a great time! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!!
All 3 rooms were challenging yet extremely fun. I have gone to escape rooms in freehold and red bank and their rooms fail in comparison to the ingenuity and complexity found in toms river. Everyone who works here is always smiling and very helpful. I cannot wait until the next room opens up!
So much fun. The family and I had a blast. The kids are already asking when we could go back. Thanks for an awesome time!!!!