Level 3, 332-336 Pitt St, Fortuna House, Sydney ()
We are between Bathurst St and Liverpool St, a Vodafone shop is on our ground floor.
We did dr M as a group of 5 made up of 3 persons who had not played before and 2 of us had done a number of Sydney escape rooms before -including their other room vampire castle. Dr m was well designed and set up, the challenges were quite original and were a lot of fun. We had completed vampire castle though we had found that room challenging more due to the randomness of some puzzles which felt a bit confused and occasionally illogical -this was not the case with dr m and it turned out to be one of the best designed and most fun rooms we have done, I would highly recommend dr m for groups and mission escape for its friendly staff, I'm glad to say we completed it with time to spare though the group before us failed and looked very glum that we arrived on timejaymecrom
Dr. M is a renowned chemist. His son, on the other hand, only has eyes for astronomy. Undeterred, Dr. M tries to shape his son into a chemist as outstanding as himself. He imparts his heir with the totality of his knowledge while forcing him to take courses in chemistry. Eventually, his son can no longer handle the pressure and commits suicide to avoid a life he doesn’t want.
Since the loss of his son, Dr. M’s grasp on reality slips further and further until he starts experimenting on living people. Unfortunately for you and your friends, you’ve awoken in a room after a drug-induced coma and Dr. M is aiming to make you his next experiment…Dr.M will be back in 80 mins, can you guys escape the fate of becoming laboratory rats?