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Best Bets: Solve this: ‘The Cabin’

Richard Hansen, Andy Bennett and Matthew Wagner of Solve Entertainment have created a new escape room experience. 2015 file / News Tribune

The crew that turned a Superior Street office space into the site of a “Die Hard”-ian puzzle return with another quandary: How to save grandpa’s happy place from the kibosh of a wrecking ball.

Solve Entertainment’s latest escape room scenario, “The Cabin,” is the tale of a brilliant physicist who lost the deed to his cabin. If you, the player, can’t find it in 60 minutes — with the help of clues and puzzles — it will be demolished.

For the uninitiated: this is a mix of live-action adventure, interactive theater and team building.

Solve Entertainment got into the biz with a Christmas-themed puzzled in late 2015. “Silent Night” had a hot run of sold-out crowds.

Solve Entertainment’s “The Cabin” is open Friday-Sunday at 408 W. Superior St. Tickets are $20 and available at solveentertainment.com.

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