THE ULTIMATE HEIST ESCAPE ROOM
December, 1998 – Our scientists believe that we have detected the presence of the alien artifact in the home of a notorious thief, “The Fox”. We need you to break into his home, bypass his security systems, and track down the artifact. If you happen to steal a few other things from the Fox before making your escape, we won’t tell.
- Unique Gameplay- try to escape and see how much can you steal!
- Optional theft puzzles that boost your score at the end of the game!
- Our widest variety of puzzles.
- A re-playable heist escape room!
- A chance to steal $100 Million… Are you a master thief?
ESCAPE ROOM IN MANHATTAN NYC
The Ultimate Heist was one of the first escape games to which Clue Chase applied a new style of game design and marks it as one of the premiere escape rooms in Manhattan, NYC. This game emphasizes a more mission-based play style than a standard escape room game might. While this heist themed escape room does still feature the expected element of racing against a clock in order to escape from the room, Heist augments that with another challenge and an entirely unique scoring system. In the Ultimate Heist your score is not derived from your escape time, in fact, even groups that do escape will spend an hour playing. This is because the score for this heist escape room is derived from a loot system. Players are told that their objective is to steal back as many things from the home of the Fox as they can, while also successfully escaping with their stolen goods. There are dozens of items in the room that can be stolen, although players can escape without stealing a thing. At the end of the game your score will be given to you, based on the numbers of things you have stolen, and the individual difficulty of each of those things to retrieve. The harder something is to steal, the more it will add to your score at the end of the game. Everyone will steal something, very, very few will manage to steal everything. Good luck!