Welcome to The Logic Escapes Me, a blog about escape rooms, with a London bias. If you’re here to find a review, then click on the Reviews link above. Otherwise, why not search the site (magnifying glass up on the right) or look through some of the recent posts below? Short of time? Then check out my comparison pages in the menu above. Feel free to comment on any of the pages, or drop me an email.

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Escapologic (Nottingham): Immaterium

Immaterium delivers a gritty but pretty set with fun, physical puzzles, although be prepared for that lack of user feedback to potentially leave you frustrated. I’d recommend it to anyone who’s in Nottingham, but especially Warhammer or sci-fi fans or those who like physical challenges.

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Cryptology (Nottingham): Daylight Robbery

Putting it simply, this is the best heist game I’ve played. This was an hour of adrenaline, packed full of as many puzzles as you could physically lay your hands on and topped off with a challenging and exciting finale. If you’re close to Nottingham, this game should be on your itinerary.

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Cryptology (Nottingham): Dreamscape

A great game and one that I’d strongly encourage enthusiasts to play. It hits way more often than it misses and, even where it misses, I appreciated what it was trying to do. It’s packed full of puzzles, you’ll get close to your full hour of game time, and there’s an adrenaline rush from start to finish.

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Sherlock: The Game Is Now (London)

A review of Sherlock: The Game is Now, one of the most expensive but also one of the most impressive games in London. If you’re a fan of the show, it’s well worth a visit and even if you’re not, it’s certainly something to consider if the price point doesn’t put you off.

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Escape Room Nederland (Bunschoten): The Dome

A very belated review of the game that’s been voted the world’s best on two separate occasions, and with good reason. It mixed high-quality puzzles, impressive set decoration and a sense of adventure to leave every other escape room trailing in its wake.

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De Gouden Kooi (Mechelen, Belgium): The Secret of Saint-Rumoldus

Intriguing narrative, great puzzles, an amazing set and a sense of flow that meant we were always looking forward made this one of the best games I’ve played. It might not be a well-known game in Europe but it deserves to be!