A game we thoroughly enjoyed. There’s a great set, a fun intro, a great variety of puzzles, a couple of nice surprises, a good sense of exploration and an impressive finale. Throughout our time in the room, it rarely put a foot wrong.
A typically grim serial killer game but with a better-than-average interior and a couple of nice twists.
Rooms don’t come much more authentic than this one – set in one of the old towers in Canterbury’s walls. Great puzzles and GMing led to a very enjoyable experience.
A fun game that leans lightly on the history in Canterbury. Good GMing, solid puzzles and a nice sense of exploration added up to a very enjoyable experience.