Two impressive games. The sets are magnificent, the puzzles are good, especially in Flight 815 and the eighty-minute duration gives you a real opportunity to get into the story.
A room that was so hard to rate I chose not to… It’s an evil set of challenges that will push almost any team to their limits and probably leave many frustrated. If you go in with your eyes open, then there’s a lot of fun to be had.
A review of three games at No Way Out in Vienna. Da Vinci and School of Magic are worth playing. Based on what I played, Belvedere isn’t but it felt like a work in progress.
A pretty game with lots of good puzzles. It might not blow the genre out of the water, but what it delivers, it delivers well and with style. If you’re in Vienna, it should be on your playlist.
A couple of fun crime-themed games a short journey out from the centre. Play the prison break game if you want something traditional or Case 187 if you want something a little different.
A wrap up of all the games we played in Prague – ten companies, 13 venues, 25 games. In summary, an excellent city to visit both as a tourist and as an escaper with quality games in a variety of interesting themes and particularly impressive for beautiful games.
A good game, with enjoyable and harder-than-average puzzles. Its location in the heart of the city, the impressive introduction, the thematic venue and a visually impressive but short finale makes it a good option, especially if you want to justify your visit as “tourism”.
A fantastic game which delivers ninety minutes of adventure and puts Vienna firmly on to the escape room map. It’s a game with no weak areas – the decoration, the story, the puzzles, the sense of exploration, the transition between rooms and the special effects are all impressive and combine to create an experience that you shouldn’t miss.
A round up of all the games we played in Vienna – a great starting point for tourists to the city of what to play (Crime Runners!) and what to avoid (MindX!).
A review of the two games at Coderoom – one of which was average and the other of which was significantly poorer.