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.
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.
A round up of the six games we played across two Escape World venues in Amsterdam. Good theming, logical puzzles and fun hosts. Definitely a great option if you’re looking to play lots of games in one location.
A brief round up of seven games in Aberdeen. None were must plays but The Locked Door provided a very solid escape room in the form of the Heist
A brief wrap up of all the Nottingham games for people planning an escape trip to the city.
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.
A superficially exciting set of games that didn’t quite meet up to the expectation set by their beauty. The underlying puzzles were reasonable but a couple of questionable GM-ing decisions significantly impacted our experience.