A potentially great experience that didn’t work as well with our team because of a combination of unfortunate GM choices and bad luck. Still well worth playing if you’re in the area though.
A beautifully presented game with a great opening scene and fun puzzles. The challenges weren’t particularly original but they did the job. A great beginners’ room that will still entertain enthusiasts.
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A weak start plagued by ambiguity meant the Heist never got going in spite of its no-padlock promise and pretty lay out.
The Rig draws history from the surrounding area, has a beautiful, industrial set and delivers challenges that capture the physicality that a story about oil drilling needed. No single thing is amazing but there is more than enough here to impress and very little where it goes wrong.
A review of the two games at Coderoom – one of which was average and the other of which was significantly poorer.
Another great experience from the team at the Padlock. A stunningly decorated game with solid puzzles and good theatrical moments. Well worth playing if you’re in Prague.
Not the best game at the venue but, with some good puzzles and above average decoration, this is overall a fun experience if you can look past a couple of logic leaps and the odd tedious step.
A beautiful set with plenty of puzzles and a longer than average duration which I think is as much about making sure you have a great experience in the room as it is fitting in those extra challenges.
A really fun game that was let down slightly by a couple of challenges near the end. Expect a big, meandering set, reasonable decoration, fun puzzles and plenty to keep you occupied for most of your hour.