Company: Mission Sydney
While shopping at a Sunday market, you come across a widow trying to sell her husband’s belongings. Out of curiosity, you start up a conversation with her.
Her husband was once offered a highly paid job as a worker in a remote mine. One day he returned from the mine with a purple crystal and quit his job. Years later, he fell ill and passed away, leaving a diary and a voice recorder among his belongings. His wife decided to sell them along with the crystal to make some money.
Seeing the crystal’s value, you purchase all the items and conduct research. You discover that this kind of crystal is extremely rare and was mined by an ancient underground civilization. The people and its ruler have vanished from record and no crystals have been found ever since.
Driven by your curiosity, you travel to the mine he worked, hoping to find more crystals and uncover the mystery of The Lost Mine.
Success rate: 25 %
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Mission escape is perfect. All of their rooms are amazing but their latest, The Lost Mine, is the best room in Sydney (trust me I've done them all!). It has an actual storyline and the mechanics are incredible - you won't find a single traditional key and lock puzzle in this room. The price is higher than others but that's because this room is brand new and 90 minutes opposed to the standard 60. It's worth every cent. Love this place and can't wait for the next room!Jessica
Did the lost mine room. Was super coooool. An escape room with no padlocks or combinations and still kept us entertained for the most part of 1.5 hours. The story line is strong and really made that room extra special. Definitely coming back. Would suggest to have 5 players for this room though. with 6 players, couple of them will stand around not doing much.Rowland
Did The Lost Mine Theme! 100% pad lock free, once you get in the room you will be surprised! I really enjoy all of the puzzles. Although it seems too difficult at the beginning, the staff is really nice and patient and will give you the right clues at the right time.Sky
This has to be my favourite of the escape room places in Sydney that my friends and I have tried so far! We ended up booking a second room for a few hours later, on the day we went in there, as a spur of the moment decision after we had so much fun in the first one. We did The Last Order and The Lost Mine and got so close to getting out in both! The Last Order is a lot like other escape rooms where you have to use codes and things to solve the room and escape, but The Lost Mine is completely mechanical. Staff are really great as well! Highly recommend, you won't regret it!Megan
I've played all 4 rooms at Mission, and have been astounded by the quality! The rooms are fun, excellently themed and true to the suggested difficulty. My favorites have been Dr. M and The Lost Mine, but difficult to compare as they're all extremely different. Definitely worth a play, and without a doubt the best use of space and immersion of any of the games I've played before (particularly The Lost Mine) you really feel transported into the theme.Jordan