Escape rooms that can hold up to ten people will be a real challenge for friends or coworkers. Spacious rooms with a variety of puzzles will definitely make you a united team. A great time guaranteed!
We had such a great laugh doing this room! You can tell geeks made this room and gloried in their geekdom, and it is totally brilliant. One of the few rooms I've done that really bring a team together. Loved it.Carol
This was an incredible experience. We had so much fun in the Ex Libris room!Peta
It's an absolute must for you nerds, puzzle lovers or anyone looking for something fun to do in Sydney. Our host was very helpful and friendly which was great for us first-timers at an escape room. Can't recommend it enough guys, you have to go!
Very enjoyable puzzle room, interesting puzzles and challenges. Zoe was very helpful and was available to give hints or clues as we needed them. The theme was very welcoming and even those of us who weren't English teachers were able to get a lot of out it.Verity
Five of us did the Ex Libris room tonight. It was one of the better rooms I've played in. Puzzles were creative and challenging enough but not impossible. Props were detailed and the themes were awesome! The clue system was excellent without walkie-talkies and tablets or phones. Experience with previous escape rooms will help - it is not an easy room.Jackie
Our gamemaster for the night was Zoe and she is one of my favourite gamemasters - attentive, engaging and humorous.
3 of us went to Next Level Escape and did Ex Libris having never done an escape room before - it was amazing! The puzzles were challenging, yet everything was very logical. It required no outside knowledge and if we got stuck, the facilitator was there to give us a fun, subtle (or not so subtle) hint.Brad
One large strength of Ex Libris is that there is more than one objective, so it can cater to a whole range of skill levels.
Finally, Zoe was amazing - fun, dramatic, friendly and creative with her hints.
All around a fantastic experience!