Three Keys Escape – Flower Power [Review]
Escape Game Location: Suwanee, GA
Date Played: March 18, 2018
Escape Game Team size: up to 6 per room; we recommend 3-5 per room (book both copies and put even teams in each room)
Duration: 60 minutes
Escape Game Price: $28 per ticket
Ticketing: Public and Private
The Flower Power Escape looked as good as it sounds and even more when we played. We had a team vs team competition and it was extremely challenging, the air intensified as our will to escape first amped up the excitement of this awesome experience.
Robert and I once again played against one another and my team won by a difference of 6 seconds. For those who don’t know our record, we are now 3 & 3 against one another, some say our teams are evenly matched. I’m always excited for the next rematch to determine which of my team or Robert’s team is the victor.
If you live nearby or wasn’t to have a competitive fun with your friends, come over to Three Keys to play Flower Power competitively, I’d encourage you to do so.
Escape Game In-game: A colorful room filled with various plants of majestic colors.
Who is this for?
-Parties and teams
-People wanting to escape
Why play Escape Games?
Beautifully Designed Room
Great set design
You wake up with your friends in a strange room. In the next room, another group of the team was locked up in the same manner. Your mission is to escape with the secret flower power potion before 60 minutes when KGB group arrives and steals the potion!
The first group to escape would be promoted to professional agents and officially save the world.
It was an agent vs agent … and gadgets, secrets, and espionage wrote all over.
In-game: Agents trapped in a room with only 60 minutes to escape
Three Keys did a great job of making the room mysterious and fun. The gamespace was very detailed and eerie, without instilling terror. It was very well lit, so it’s easy to focus on gameplay.
In-game: An exit door with 10 glowing lights above it.
Three Keys’ Flower Power was a standard escape room with a medium level of difficulty and a team vs team twist.
Competitive play consisted of a race to escape competition. Two teams competed in mirror image rooms. Each room had ten different paths of puzzles that resolved linearly. At the conclusion of each puzzle path, we earned a key that would turn on a light. Both teams could see their own lights as well as the opposing team’s lights. The first team to trigger all 10 of their lights won and would open the door to escape and freedom.
When one team requested a hint, both teams receive the same hint equally.
Core gameplay revolved around solving puzzles and observation.
- The competitive gameplay was exciting. This was especially true given the two overpowered teams we fielded. We created our own pressure to succeed. It was real and exhilarating.
- When the opposing team triggered a light, a loud noise is heard. This adds drama and intenseness to the competition.
- The puzzles were well executed. Some offered unique challenges; others allowed us to build skill and mastery.
- The limited our access to the scope of the room until we solved the puzzles provided a good on-ramp for teams to learn the basics.
- The set looked great and was easy to operate within. We weren’t straining for light and even our most nervous players were unaffected by fear.
- Hints were fair and designed to prevent blowouts by helping keep a team from falling too far behind.
- Each room had its own gamemaster overseeing the experience.
- Both teams are allowed the full hour of gameplay. When one team wins, the other team is still allowed to play out the experience.
Tips for Visiting
Parking: There is a huge parking out on the front
Food: Lots of restaurants around the vicinity
Book your hour now with Three Keys’ Flower Power! Tell them that the Room Escape Artist sent you!