The Premier Escape Room Experience in Alpharetta, GA!

The Premier Escape Room Experience in Alpharetta, GA!

Odyssey Escape Game - The Premier Escape Room Experience in Alpharetta, GA
Odyssey Escape Game - The Premier Escape Room Experience in Alpharetta, GA

The Highest Rated Escape Room Experience in Alpharetta!

Welcome to Odyssey Escape Game, your gateway to thrilling adventures in Alpharetta, GA, conveniently nestled near Windward Parkway. Dare to immerse yourself in our meticulously crafted escape rooms, where every puzzle, clue, and challenge is meticulously designed to ignite your sense of adventure. Unlike typical escape rooms, we pride ourselves on delivering an unparalleled experience that transcends the ordinary. With rave reviews from enthusiasts and novices alike, our highly-rated escape games promise excitement, intrigue, and unparalleled fun. Join us at Odyssey Escape Game and embark on an unforgettable journey through Alpharetta’s premier destination for immersive entertainment.

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Titanic – The Final Hour

It’s 11:39pm on April 14, 1912 and you’re on the Captain’s Bridge at the helm of the RMS Titanic.  Suddenly, the words ring out, “Iceberg, right ahead”.  The placid sound of night is broken forever.  You and your shipmates try desperately to avoid the iceberg but are unable.  Now you only have 60 minutes to seal the water tight doors, radio for help, put on your lifejackets; release the davits and get every woman and child into the lifeboats.  You must hurry but must not panic as the water rises and time runs out.

The Nuketown Diner

In January of 1951, the Nevada Test Site was opened for nuclear weapons testing. Nuketown, a ghost town comprised of houses and small businesses, was built specifically to test Blast Radius effects on residential towns.

After the Storm Area 51 Raid failed to materialize in 2019, the United States Government declassified portions of Area 51 and opened it to the public. By May of 2022, the military had opened the infamous Nuketown to visitors for tours and it quickly became one of the top tourist attractions in the U.S. The Nuketown Diner specifically became its most popular place to visit.

The government cautions that there may still be some live ordinance and radioactive hotspots in the area. All tourists are warned to visit at their own risk.

Towering inferno: Race the flames

Based on the 1974 movie classic, you’re the Chief Engineer of the newly built Theron Tower, America’s tallest skyscraper, and your office occupies the top floor of the towering structure; the year is 2020.

In the days leading up to its opening, you discover a problem, electrical hazards on 13 of the 130 floors. Your suggestion of delaying the grand opening is summarily dismissed by Theron Tower’s Chairman of the Board. It’s now nightfall, the day of grand opening ceremonies, and the event is in full swing with hundreds of VIPs and dignitaries from around the world in attendance. At 9 o’clock pm, disaster strikes, multiple fires are detected throughout the skyscraper, and the sprinkler systems have failed. Within 60 minutes, the tower will be engulfed in flames.

Your objectives are to ensure the evacuation of its occupants, enable fire suppression systems, shut down all electrical junctions, and escape to the roof to await helicopter evacuation.

Jack the Ripper – Solve the Mystery

It’s November 9th, 1888.  You are Scotland Yard’s finest detectives and you’re responding to a crime scene at 13 Miller’s Court in London’s East End, the Whitechapel District.  You step inside the boarding room of Mary Kelly, the Ripper’s latest victim, and discover a grisly scene.  Your objectives are to search for clues, collect the evidence and end the Ripper’s reign of terror.  After returning to Scotland Yard you must piece together the evidence, contact eyewitnesses and determine the true identity of England’s most notorious serial killer.  You only have 60 minutes before the Ripper flees London forever, depriving Great Britain of the truth…who is Jack the Ripper?