Amsterdam Escape Review: Logiclocks

One of the older Amsterdam escape rooms but still high quality. Great story and immersion, good progression and solid puzzles throughout. Definitely worth playing if you’re in the city.

Amsterdam Escape Review: Sherlocked

The best escape rooms in Amsterdam and two of the most amazing experiences I’ve had. They might be light on puzzles and occasionally have frustrating moments but the overall experiences were phenomenal.

Amsterdam Escape Review: MyEscape.Club

A review of the two games at MyEscape.Club. Back to the USSR is very much targeted at relative beginners but did its job well enough to make it still enjoyable for small groups of enthusiasts. Judgement Day delivered a true mission of a game which would work incredibly well for small groups of enthusiasts.

Amsterdam Escape Review: Questomatica (formerly Claustrophobia)

Two games that are highly rated by enthusiasts but felt a little flat to me. Arcade Invasion had the potential for being brilliant but lacked direction and we encountered a real issue with the hinting. Wake up! didn’t have quite as much potential but delivered better. Both games are well worth a visit when you’re in Amsterdam though.

Amsterdam Escape Review: Boom Chicago and Locked.Amsterdam

Two more great Amsterdam games. Escape through Time was an excellent experience that very much felt on the theatrical end of escape rooms. Locked.Amsterdam was was a hard mission in a beautiful environment although at times those hard puzzles required a bit of a stretch.

Brussels Escape Review: Escape the Room in 60 minutes and Quarantine

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.