A fun game with a structure that should give enthusiasts decent value for money while not being too intimidating for first-timers.
A classic prison start and unusual ending sandwiching a set of fun puzzles led to a very solid experience and one of my favourites in Málaga.
A basic game that will do OK in a small town with no escape room experience but which was lacking when compared to Málaga’s offering which are just half an hour away.
Fun from start to finish, with reasonable decoration, solid challenges and a decent chain of puzzles at the end.
A solid game with fun puzzles, a nice sense of exploration and the most complex scoring system I’ve come across in a long time!
A fun medium-length mystery from A Door in a Wall. Blink and you’ll miss it though – this was a one weekend only event that took place at the end of August.
Fancy taking part in one of the coolest escape-room-related events on the planet? Well, if you can get to London on 3rd November, then try your hand at the Red Bull Mind Gamers competition!
A far better experience than their first room in pretty much every department: better puzzles, better decoration, better reveals. It’s not somewhere you’d head to specifically to play, but it’s a fun enough experience for the Watford locals or if you’re passing through.
A game that would have been reasonably well received three years ago but now feels lacking. Fun for new players but with almost no decoration and basic puzzles, you’d be far better off heading to the centre of London.
A round-up of all the games that Brighton has to offer which include some high quality, immersive games with an emphasis on actor-like GMs.