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Torrenigma (Torre del Mar, Spain): El Amuleto Arcano/The Arcane Amulet

In a quiet seaside town you might expect a relatively basic game, but what we found was a strong room that would stand up well in any market. It’s got plenty of interesting and logical puzzles, is well decorated and weaves in a story that you can choose to take or leave.

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Popup Escapes (London): The Case of the Dynamo Diamonds

A very different game from your average experience. It’s not particularly challenging and, as a popup, doesn’t have the beautiful, solid finish of a permanent game. What it does have is fun – managing to be easily accessible for first-timers while still having enough that’s different from your average escape room to engage enthusiasts.

A Tourist's Review of Warsaw Escape Rooms

A round-up of the 37 (yes thirty seven) rooms that we played in Warsaw in August 2017 including a summary of which rooms to play if you don’t have time to read the individual articles.

Warsaw Escape Review: Amazeing Escape

A couple of great games to finish our trip and great options if you’re heading out to Modlin airport to return home. Head Hunter had some great touches while The Island was a more traditional room but with some great sets.

Warsaw Escape Review: House Escape

Two games with solid cores but aspects that left us feeling disappointed and frustrated with the overall experience. The GMing came across as unhelpful at times and, while that may have been down to the language barrier, it left us feeling less enthusiastic about the rooms.

Warsaw Escape Review: Dom Zagadek VR

A top quality selection of rooms. The weakest room was still plenty of fun while the other two were some of the best we played over the weekend in Warsaw.

Warsaw Escape Review: Cryptex

My favourite set of games of the trip including my favourite game full stop – Cannibal’s Lair. I’d recommend all three of these games which although they didn’t have particularly engaging storylines managed to combine great puzzles with impressive theming.

Warsaw Escape Review: Escape Room Bank

Of the five games our teams played at Escape Room Bank, I wouldn’t really recommend any. Prison has some merit but has several destructible puzzles while teammates who played Grand Robbery said it was reasonable.