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Assassin's Deadly Game

You and your team have been chosen by the FBI to form an elite task force, and your first op is to enter the safe-house of one of the greatest assassins to date. You have been tasked to track down the assassin and help keep his next target alive. 

Can you save the day, or will you fall victim to the Assassin's Deadly Game?

Portland, Oregon Team Building Activity
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Assassin's Deadly Game is a spy-fi thriller. Many of our visitors describe it as being in Jason Bourne's or Mr. and Mrs. Smith's apartment.

Era: Modern day, shortly after the assassin left his apartment.

Dress: We suggest a suit or some sort of spy costume for this room (Jame Bond, Jason Bourne, FBI Agent).

Room Difficulty: This room is our starter room, but there are still a lot of things to be done in the room. If you have never done an escape room before, this one's for you. The more experienced groups will still find it exceptionally fun though.

Suggested Age: We highly suggest 11 and over for this room.

Warning, there are simulated guns and explosions in this room.

Or, Try One of Our Other Rooms...

5 out 5 stars

We have done quite a few rooms in the Portland area and Assassin's Deadly Game at Hour to Midnight is by far our favorite. We found the staff to be friendly and engaging and the game master was fun to work with. The room itself was highly polished with a good number of unique and intuitive puzzles. We left energized and found ourselves talking about the puzzles for hours afterward. That's a sign of a great escape room. We will be returning soon to play Niburu.

Cristy W.
Portland, OR
5 out 5 stars

I went to my first escape room here and it was so great I had to go back and bring the whole family the second time.  Great puzzles, friendly staff, and clever clues.  The atmosphere is engaging and everything feels well crafted.  We mentioned that some of our group were nervous about "jump scares" or similar unexpected sounds and the staff were accommodating to make sure we could enjoy the experience without that aspect causing any undue anxiety.

My group of 4 made it out of the Assassin room with 48 seconds left and we've been talking about it for days!

I can't wait to see what these guys cook up next!  I know it will be high quality and very creative.

Jonathan C.
Milwaukie, OR