Probably the company with the most rooms in Budapest, they’re most definitely going for quantity over quality. Other than some interesting exploration, there wasn’t much about these games that was noteworthy. Oh, except for the Heineken sponsored room which was surprisingly good.
A solid set of five rooms. I wouldn’t particularly direct people to this venue in Budapest but neither would I dissuade them from playing. If you’ve got a large group who want to play an escape room at the same time then it’s one of the biggest venues in the city so might prove particularly attractive.
One of the famous old rooms in Budapest. Lots of people rave about their visit here but for me it was merely good not amazing.
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The genesis of the European escape scene, I’d been looking forward to finally finding out what ParaPark had to offer. Unfortunately, the poor decor and maintenance in the games let them all down and the puzzles weren’t sufficiently earth-shattering to make up for it.
If you’ve played HintHunt’s early rooms be in for quite a surprise. Their submarine-based games are a massive step up and very, very different with a fantastic set and some interesting puzzles.
A fun venue with some great themes. The Egyptian game was disappointing but the Medieval and Aztec games were both worth playing and, in particular, managed to make searching fun.
A perennial favourite amongst enthusiasts, I found this venue to be a little lacking. The games were by no means bad but each had its failings and I was left wondering what left enthusiasts so excited.
A venue with a huge range of quality. At one end a very basic game that had a long list of flaws. At the other, a thoroughly enjoyable tomb game that was one of the highlights of our trip.
A venue with one great game and two that are solid but not exciting. Heaven & Hell is one of the stand out games in Budapest and should be on your to do list but only visit the other two if you’re doing 20+ games.