A physical-puzzle lover’s paradise. Solid, logical puzzles made this game a fun time in spite of a lack of immersion.
A game that felt a little bit confused but was rescued by a very solid GMing performance. If you’re playing at History Mystery then I’d recommend their other game which is superior in terms of setting, puzzles and immersion.
A well structured linear game set inside one of the disused jail cells under Norwich’s guildhall. The puzzles were a little lacking but overall it delivers a good experience for players.