A fantastic game bringing together great puzzles, impressive engineering, a beautiful set and an interesting storyline. Well worth travelling to Swindon for.
The team at Rawtenstall continue to impress. A well delivered story, a fantastic introduction, a great entrance to the game, solid puzzles and plenty of theatre throughout the experience meant we left the game buzzing.
A fun room that looks good and has plenty of enjoyable puzzles. Definitely one I’d recommend if you’re in the area.
A game that is as fun as it is different, delivering both theatre and humour without either taking over from the experience. A beautiful set with many solid puzzles with the result that it will stick long in my memory.
A strong game that will appeal to people who like varied, good quality puzzles, especially if they like working in parallel with their team. It’s a very good example of a science/laboratory-based game with a different feel to most experiences of that type.
A well-executed experience with plenty of puzzles and a fun backdrop.
Much improved on the first version of the Invitation but still not as good as most of the games in the surrounding area. Beginners will have fun but I think enthusiasts will leave feeling shortchanged.
An eagerly-anticipated game that never lived up to its billing. As perhaps befits the cat theme, it felt more laid back than most games I’ve played but that took away from the excitement that’s core to escape rooms.
A well-executed escape room with bonus content that ensures novices have a fun adventure while still letting enthusiasts have their money’s worth.