The team behind Extremescape have done it again, delivering a beautiful set with engaging puzzles and fantastic moments of theatre. I was a little worried that they’d struggle to improve on their previous two games, but they absolutely have – coming up with plenty of new ideas to keep their loyal customers happy and putting even more polish into the experience.
Two games with high-quality decoration throughout that really conveyed their themes. Both are well worth playing, even in the high-quality Amsterdam market although, be warned that we found them a little lacking in signposting for some of the puzzles.
A company with a forgettable name but a memorable game. You might not be wowed straightaway but it just keeps getting better. Reasonable set design improved throughout the experience and after a disappointing start, the puzzles that followed were top quality challenges.
An immersive experience with fantastic theatre and the core puzzles are pretty good too. If you think you can cope with a scary escape room, then it comes highly recommended!
Two fantastic games that should definitely be on your to-do list, especially if you like scary attractions. Decoration is top-notch across the games. The End wins the story battle while Honeymoon Hotel comprehensively wins for quality and quantity of puzzles.
Two impressive games. The sets are magnificent, the puzzles are good, especially in Flight 815 and the eighty-minute duration gives you a real opportunity to get into the story.
A room that was so hard to rate I chose not to… It’s an evil set of challenges that will push almost any team to their limits and probably leave many frustrated. If you go in with your eyes open, then there’s a lot of fun to be had.
A game that takes you on a cool journey through a beautifully designed set. Lots of logical puzzles to get your teeth into too.
Three very different feeling rooms. Our favourite game was Motel California but, if you’re looking for something challenging, then I think Aftermath will do the job while if you’re looking for a pretty set or family-friendly action then Forgotten Realm would work well.
A really fun game with good decoration and props. There’s solid puzzling to be had and tough searching if that’s your thing. For me, it’s a feelgood room which enthusiasts will enjoy playing, finding it logical and challenging while never feeling like they’re likely to fail.