Live Experiences

Omescape — Pursuit of the Assassin Artist

$179.00 Per game


Pursuit of the Assassin Artist

““This is the first live avatar room that is DESIGNED to be played virtually requiring the use of the internet, with a story that makes sense, a really fun game structure that lets you rewind, and really challenges outside-the-box thinking. If you like improv, interacting with in-game characters, and have a good sense of humor, this is a room that fires on all those cylinders... ” - from a player” — read more

Death has plagued the small city of Sunnyvale. Detectives were able to uncover a piece of evidence that has led to the true identity of the assassin. You never would have guessed it! The killer is no other than Nissassa, the most well-known modern artist to date!

We’ll need you to help take down Nissassa once and for all. It’s short notice but we have one guy already out there so you will be his intel, giving him information that he can’t get to. It’s possible that you might not succeed every time and will have to start over, but you’ll still have all the information that you’ve learned.

This is a special task and you will need to utilize the power of the internet and telecommunications. The mission should only take, at most, 90 minutes to complete.

You will need to be seated at a computer to access a web browser and zoom. At least one cellular phone will be needed in case of any outside contact.

Opening hours

When can I play?

Omescape operates in PDT which is currently 7 hours behind UTC

Sunday 10 am - 10 pm PDT
Monday 11 am - 10 pm PDT
Tuesday 11 am - 10 pm PDT
Wednesday 11 am - 10 pm PDT
Thursday 11 am - 10 pm PDT
Friday 11 am - 10 pm PDT
Saturday 10 am - 10 pm PDT

Check the booking page for available time slots.

Reviews on other sites

Reviews for Pursuit of the Assassin Artist
Jan 2021
Omescape: Pursuit of the Assassin Artist (Play at Home)
Unique, funny, surprising, clever, and occasionally shocking, Pursuit of the Assassin Artist was something I didn’t even realise was possible, let alone needed, in an escape game. If companies continue to create games like this, online escape games will persist long after we’re allowed to play in person once again. And I for one, will welcome it. — read the full review from Review The Room
Sep 2020
🗣. REMOTE: OMEscape San Jose - "Pursuit of the Assassin Artist"
This was definitely easily one of our favorite remote escape experiences we've played so far. The story line, set design, avatars and entertainment level were everything we would want to experience sitting at the comfort of our homes. After playing so many remote escape rooms, we realized that we would still rather play at a physical location if the rooms were heavily concentrated on locks, visual effects, and physical puzzles. It's rooms like this that keep us engaged the entire 90 minutes since it incorporates not only puzzles but also immersive theater. — read the full review from ESCAPETHEROOMers