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The Secrets of Nibiru

William Elshoff has scoured the globe for artifacts of great power. He claimed he had found the key to Nibiru! He locked himself in his study and began to work. When we went to check on him we discovered he had vanished. That’s why we have summoned you here. We are hoping with your unique skill set you can unlock the secrets to Uncle William’s whereabouts, and bring him home!

Portland, Oregon Team Building Activity
Escape Room Price
30.00
Per Person
Escape Room Success Rate
43%
Success
Escape Room Time
60
Minutes
Escape Room Players
6-10
Players
Scare Factor
1/10
Fright Factor
Wheelchair Accessible
It is
Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible
Mystery
Wheelchair Accessible
13
or Older
Secrets of Nibiru is an Archaeological meets science fiction adventure. Many of our visitors describe it as being Indiana Jones' office.

Era: Modern day, circa 2017, just a few hours after the event.

Dress: We suggest an adventurer's costume for this room (Indiana Jones, Laura Croft, international explorer).

Room Difficulty: This room is fairly difficult in that there are a lot of things to be done in the room. While it was designed for enthusiasts, new players can still puzzle through it and solve the room in time.

Suggested Age: We highly suggest 13 and over for this room. Players under 13 may find it difficult to stay stimulated as this is a single room.

Or, Try One of Our Other Rooms...

Our group finished with literally seconds to spare! We did a room where someone disappeared through a portal and we had to figure out why and how. The room was exceptionally well done with a great variety of puzzles for all of the people in the group to be useful. We had a wonderful time and can't wait to go back.

Emily W.
Portland, OR

I had an absolute blast here! This was the first escape room I tried, and have since done more. This particular one, "The Secrets of Nibiru", was amazing. The props were authentic as it gets. It kind of felt like it was straight out of an archaeology/adventure movie. I won't give anything away, but the theatrics were special to say the least. The puzzles and clues were well thought out, way beyond just a series of combo locks.

John M.
Portland, OR