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Fallout Shelter

  Players  |   3 - 6                Time   |   1 Hour                Difficulty  |   Expert

 

YOU MUST GET OUT, BUT IS IT SAFE OUTSIDE? CAN YOU SURVIVE?

 

It is 1962, the height of the Cold War... 

Your neighbor, Tom Walters, lives alone with his dog, Babe.

Walters tells you cryptic stories of his service in WWII.

Suddenly, Walters left town with no explanation.

 

The sirens have sounded.  You gather your friends and family in Tom's shelter, but Tom wasn't finished...

 


 

CAN YOU SEE THE CLUES?

 

Puzzles are linked and logical

3 to 6 players

Collaboration required or you will exhaust your oxygen supply

Classic challenging escape experience

 

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SEE WHAT OTHERS HAVE TO SAY!

 

 

★★★★★  | Valewray

GREAT DATE!

We did the Fallout Shelter. Challenging for two people but still very fun. Staff was attentive. We will be back to do the Gold Rush room - rated for 2 players.

 


 

★★★★★  | Bildindude

FALLOUT SHELTER

Had 3 generations working together, ages 9 to 60+. Everyone contributed. Great team building experience. Highly recommended.

 


 

★★★★★  | GusMom99

GREAT FAMILY ADVENTURE

We were visiting San Angelo, Texas, for a reunion of my husbands’ four siblings and all the spouses. His sister who was hosting looked into local attractions and came up with several winners. The top of everyone’s list was Think in the Box, an escape room experience. None of the 10 of us had ever been to one of these increasingly popular attractions. We decided to do a men vs women contest. Not knowing what to expect, we were faced with a tense scenario set in 1962 during the Cuban Missle crisis. We found ourselves in a missing neighbor’s fallout shelter with a failing oxygen system. With one hour’s worth of air remaining air, we had to find the hidden clues that would enable us to open a series of locks that would open the door to freedom. It was tense, challenging, and way too much fun. So the men, trapped in a miner’s cabin, beat us out by two minutes, but our room was the more difficult of the two. Great fun, and it would also serve well as a team-building experience. We highly recommend Think In the Box for a great time in San Angelo.