Much improved on the first version of the Invitation but still not as good as most of the games in the surrounding area. Beginners will have fun but I think enthusiasts will leave feeling shortchanged.
A very well produced set, with fun transitions that capture the feeling of a remote and scary farmhouse. Unfortunately, the number of red herrings, the quantity of searching with little payoff and the simple puzzles left me feeling a little underwhelmed.
A fun game that isn’t likely to wow but should keep you entertained for most of an hour with a decent variety of puzzles.
A thoroughly polished game that I’d put right up there as one of the best in the North West. Looks beautiful, lots of puzzles and a very good structure to the game is topped off by a finale that felt it was taken straight from Star Trek.
A sprawling game with some interesting challenges but an ambiguous opening puzzle got the room off to a bad start and a series of rough-around-the-edges challenges throughout the game left us ultimately frustrated.
A room that has an interesting central mechanic and some good immersion but was let down by most of the puzzles having some flaw and the final puzzle being basically impossible.