A review of Team Time’s Zombie Bunker and Leavin Room’s Hostel, a couple of thematically scary games in Paris. Both had great sets with immersion that started well before entering the space but with puzzles that didn’t quite do it for me.
A review of the three games at Team Break’s venue in the 9th arrondissement. All solid games but with a little over-reliance on searching and some puzzles that were disappointing. Lost, a plane-crash-based game was the clear winner for me.
Reviews of games at X-Dimension and Happy Hour. The former was a disappointing game at a franchise where I’ve heard reasonable things about other rooms while the latter was the sort of good game you expect when TRAP designs are involved although not quite as good as it should have been.
A great game for two people that mixes some solid puzzling with steadily improving sets and plenty of theatre. Be warned though – this is a properly scary game that’s not for the faint hearted.
The very best of the Parisian venues, we played four rooms at the Game. The Plane was outstanding – one of the best games I’ve played – with Assassin’s Creed a gorgeous re-enactment of the computer game. Even Catacombs and Casino, while weak in comparison, were still strong games. If you’re in Paris, this is the place to go.
A round-up of the 2019 games that I’d like to celebrate.
One of the best games I’ve experienced. Over three hours of gorgeous set, interesting puzzles and an overarching narrative that flows through from their opening game. Go to Athens and play this game.
A round-up of the best European games as voted by enthusiasts from around the world in 2019.
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A thoroughly enjoyable game that I’d recommend you visit. Plenty of fun, logical puzzles, great decoration and some memorable moments make it my favourite of the Exciting Escapes games.