A very belated review of the game that’s been voted the world’s best on two separate occasions, and with good reason. It mixed high-quality puzzles, impressive set decoration and a sense of adventure to leave every other escape room trailing in its wake.
A round-up of the Dutch and Belgian escape room scenes based on four trips that I’ve made over the last few years. If you’re looking for the best games in the world, then you could certainly do a lot worse!
A round-up of the games we’ve played in the southeast of the Netherlands including Catch Me If You Can, Project Ramkraak and, of course, the perennial favourite, Kamer 237.
A round-up of a variety of the games we played in our trips to the Netherlands include the homage to La Casa de Papel, Bella Ciao from Escape Room Katwijk, the fantastic, award-winning DarkPark games and the Execution in Rijswijk.
The second part of my round-up of games in Benelux, this time focusing on those in Belgium and, of course, the joys of TERPECA-winning De Gouden Kooi.
A round-up of the best games in the north of the Netherlands including the multi-award winning game, The Dome.
A round-up of our trip to the Greek capital including pointers to our highlight games like the Paradox Project and links to all the individual articles.
A pair of fun experiences with gorgeous sets but with the actors that didn’t really add to the experience. In one, the actor got a bit repetitive, while in the other, the actors weren’t very relevant. Go in expecting an immersive theatre/escape room hybrid and you should have a good time.
Two very different games. Swamp of Sorrows was an impressive experience that transported us to a new world with varied puzzles and an interesting finale. Ring of Protection didn’t engage me with its repeated use of missions over puzzles and a generally less impressive set.
A belated round-up of the Andalucian escape rooms we played on our last visit to the south of Spain. Highlights were a Mad Max game in Almeria and D20 in Malaga.