December 10, 2017
My sister and I were invited to our new friend Rebecca’s birthday party at Captive Kids. Captive Kids is a place where you are imprisoned in a room and you have clues to try to escape. Our theme was Pirates. Our story was that we snuck into a pirate ship to retrieve some treasure and a map, but we got caught at we were imprisoned into two cells, four in each cell. The ship broke and the pirates escaped and left us in the sinking ship, so we have 60 minutes to escape with the treasure and find the gold key before the ship sinks. There is also a button we can press for unlimited clues. We used that twice. First, we looked around and in our cell we found a treasure chest, but it was locked. So we looked at the bottom of our benches and found letter. I put them into the lock and it opened, and we found one of the 7 maps we had to find. Then on the other side, they had a treasure chest with a clue that said time is key, so we imputed the time on the clock found in the room (6:15) and it opened. Inside was a large spoon with a hook at the end so they passed it to us and we used it to grab the keys on the hook not far from our cell. We escaped, and we had to help them escape. Their lock was a code lock so we looked around for numbers. On their cell was 9, so we found the other similar font number. We found 3 and 5 so they put it into the lock and escaped. Then we had to find the key to the next door, so we looked for clues. We finally found it inside a chest and went to the next room. We eventually found 5 cases but only opened 4 of them and got mixed up of which clue was for which one so we called them in to give us a clue, and we found the key for the other two doors. We found the treasure and the other maps, so we got out. What was funny was that Rose, my sister, randomly guessed a lock and it actually opened! We escaped with 9 minutes left, which was the average. Then we had pizza and ice cream cake!