Huge location on Sunset Boulevard, housing a total of 8 different games. The building is large enough to separate into 2 different rooms, each with their own GM areas, in order to run the large number of games. Large black board with leaderboards, as well as a monthly riddle that when figured out gives a discount code for future games.
It's been a long time since you've slayed your first vampire. Time has come for you and your friends, fellow vampire-hunters themselves, to retire. But, before you do, one thing remains in the way: the strongest Vampire of them all - the notorious Dracula! Do you have what it takes to defeat the blood-sucking monster that has kept children up at night for years? Or will you succumb to Dracula and his protective guardians?
From the moment you enter Dracula's lair, it truly does feel like you've entered the era of German Expressionism - a mix between medieval fortress and a monster's lair. A hallmark of Fox In a Box rooms are their high production value, and Dracula continues this tradition. I'm mostly impressed with the fun and innovative win-conditions, rather than the typical code to open the door. Although, in the case of The Final Hour, the immersion fell just a bit short, whence compering to other Fox In the Box rooms that impressed me so much. With that said, Dracula: The Final Hour is still a notch above the typical escape room and a great introduction for new-comers into the amazing possibilities that escape rooms hold!