Played 25th October 2017
“In this adventure, we ask you to rob the crown jewels from the bank. We have hacked their security cameras, providing you a small window of opportunity. Find the clues and solves the puzzles to get one step closer to breaking into the vault! 60 minutes…the clock is ticking.”
We had a very warm welcome from the front of house, she went through all of the usual briefing and took us down to our room to meet our host; each room had a dedicated host. Our bags were locked in a locker and we were ready to get started.
Room Set Up
The room size was good for the maximum size team which is advertised as 6 players. There are certain elements of the game where only 2 team members are required. The room set up was very sparse, poor lighting with minimal props to captivate you into the story.
This was a very liner game which flowed well throughout. The game used mainly key and coded padlocks and a unusual opening system which was new to us. Puzzles consisted of skill and logic, with one physical element. For the two of us there was a average amount to do within the hour however a team of 6 may feel a little underwhelmed with a lack of tasks.
Clues were given via a telephone system and delivered by your host. which is our preferred method
There isn’t an advertised difficulty for this game however we would rate it as 3/5
Our Overall Rating
This room was not our favourite by far, it lacked in all areas. This is a good room as a team building activity as they have 6 identical rooms which would enable up to 36 players to play simultaneously. If your a first time gamer you may like this room, although experienced players would leave disappointed.
2 Players £52
3 Players £78
4 Players £104
5 Players £130
6 Players £156
Although this game has 6 identical rooms for up to 36 people at £26pp