Under The Sea
It’s dark, you know you’re far beneath the surface of the ocean and there is no Captain for this submarine. You’ve never been on a submarine? That’s unfortunate, the sea has claimed many lives before you and it’s happy to add you to its underwater vault. If you ever want to see the sun and sand again you’re going to have to use all of your nautical skills to get the ship back on course… wait did something just go past the porthole? Welcome to Nautilus.
I’ll be honest, we had been at 60OUT earlier in our trip and I saw a team come out of this room and I got jealous. I wanted to try it. We could hear them inside working on it and they were all so excited. Luckily I was able to convince some of my teammates and we came back and gave it a shot. It did not disappoint. The room is linear, which I don’t mind. In case you haven’t kept up with our reviews of our California trip, we squeezed upwards of 6-8 games a day, so sometimes linear is nice on the brain.
The puzzles were inventive, and like other rooms we played in California, it wasn’t a simple “find the numbers to try on all the number locks” room. You’re going to have to search for your path, but that is part of the fun of escape rooms, right?
Not So Good
I didn’t find anything to be not so good in this room. There were a few things we got tripped up on, but I think that had more to do with our brain drain at the end of an escape filled day, and less on the room or the story.
60OUT has a lot of fun escape rooms in Los Angeles that we played, and Nautilus does not disappoint. You will be transported under the sea (don’t worry, no singing fish) where you will face quite a few challenges along the way. If you’re a new player to escape rooms, you would enjoy this room. 5/5
- Location: 60OUT
- Time Limit: 60 Minutes
- Number of Players: 2-6
- Recommended Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate