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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Escape from the Room (Epsom): Chamber of Champions

A thoroughly enjoyable game that just kept delivering serotonin hit after serotonin hit with small wins that took us on our journey to the crown. If you like puzzle overload then this is the game for you.

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Escape from the Room (Epsom): The return of Old Maid Milly

A fun game that really demonstrates the step up that Escape from the Room has made over the last few years. With a thirty minute extension option, this is a particularly fun game for enthusiasts who want to take their time and savour the game.

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Cave Escape (Nottingham): Monuments

A game with plenty of highlights, whether it’s the story interludes, the beautiful set or the feeling of being on a virtuous heist. Well worth playing if you’re in the Nottingham area.

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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.