A rare escape room that combines great customer service, both high tech and mechanical puzzles and generally an all round fun experience. clueQuest have upped their game again – definitely their best yet.
Outside the room Good things come to those who wait. If that’s true then Mind the Game must be very good indeed, because I first head about it back in April of last year. It took a while to open up, but it finally launched in February of this year. In a twist of fate, and surprisingly given
I’ve really enjoyed some of the immersive theatre that I’ve attended in the past, but I’ve always felt there was something missing. A feeling that we were just following a script (albeit one we didn’t know), and that we’d end up at the same destination pretty much regardless of what we did. It should come as no surprise
A great room where every aspect of the game brings out the Big Brother dystopian universe in which it’s set. From host to intro to theme to puzzles to finale, it’s a wonderful experience.
A terrible game that I didn’t enjoy in the slightest. Minimal theming, a host that didn’t really care about or understand the game, and a puzzle that was borderline impossible to solve doomed players of this game to disappointment.
It took me a while to carve it on the living room wall, but I think it was worth it. Did you put her up to this? Would I do such a thing? Well, yes, but in this case I didn’t. I went out for my Saturday morning parkrun, and while I was away one of my
Welcome to the March 2016 edition of the escape rumours post, and wow a lot has happened since last month. Firstly I’ve been busy escaping room – 11 in total and one with a celebrity (more on that another day). Secondly, lots has been happening on the London scene, so plenty of news there too. Note that this