Wanna do something fun? Wanna do something unusual? And wanna do something that is surprisingly fun and unusual for a simple concept? Go to a Seattle Room Escape Adventures production of “Trapped In A Room With A Zombie”.
You go around the backside of a slightly seedy window car tinting building to find an open door, and wander in. Twelve potential victims gather and listen to a German-accented lady scientist in a lab coat discuss the rules and tips for surviving the zombie encounter, including the back story of what you are about to experience. Then, after everyone has donned name tags (usually with fake zombie fighting names, if desired) and put away their extra stuff, the door is opened.
I won’t tell too much. Suffice it to say that you and your comrades have 60 minutes to solve multiple interrelated and progressive puzzles, all the while a zombie gets progressively closer to taking a chunk of you. Surprisingly, all personality types in our group enjoyed the experience, and it was interesting to see how all those personality types react to a fun theatrical game such as this!