Intriguing narrative, great puzzles, an amazing set and a sense of flow that meant we were always looking forward made this one of the best games I’ve played. It might not be a well-known game in Europe but it deserves to be!
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!
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.
Two deeply-flawed games from a puzzle perspective but still utterly amazing and worth a significant detour. Kubus is worth a very big detour in order to experience – it’s hard to convey just how amazing a concept it is.
A review of Escape Bunker, a game with one of the most impressive sets and storefronts I’ve ever seen. If you’re in Brussels then you should go and check it out!
A review of two experiences from Escape Prod – Blacksad, the detective cat escape room, and Manneken Pis, a city treasure hunt with escape room elements.
A round up of pretty much all the games in Brussels including Let Me Out, Enygma, Escape Prod, Chamber Challenge, Quarantine and 60minutes.be.
A review of Escape the Room in 60 Minutes’ first game and the two rooms at Quarantine. None of the games were outstanding but some of the puzzles in the Manneken Pis themed Escape the Room in 60 Minutes’ game showed some flair and will definitely excite beginners.
A fun set of escape rooms. Prison Break was fairly standard but the space and Alice in Wonderland themes were much more enjoyable and well worth a visit.
Our favourite escape room in Brussels. It packed in humour, a clear mission structure and plenty of fun puzzles. Perfect for families, friends or couples.