Played October 4th 2018
“On New Years Eve 1999 top magician and magic inventor Alistair Wilson vanished from a glass box, never to be seen again. No-one knows why or even how he vanished. You and your team have one hour to solve the mystery and to find his famous Book of Secrets before his former home is demolished. Can you get into the mind-set of this master magician? Can you work out his secrets? And before the building is destroyed can you find his much-prized book?”
Our host Sophie was lovely, she was very chatty and welcoming. She took us through the health and safety brief, we were given hard hats and taken to our room.
Room Set Up
The room was very well decorated and everything you would expect a magicians house to look like. The room size is quite big, and would be enough for the maximum sized team of 7. This room consists of mainly coded padlocks.
This was a non linear game, with quite a lot of puzzles to complete in the 60 minutes. Puzzles were varied and consisted of observational, a little problem solving, mathematical puzzles and an added bit of magic! The game had a really go flow and all of the puzzles complimented the theme really well.
Clues were given via a tv screen.
We failed but we weren’t far off with 60 minutes 22 Seconds
Our Overall Rating
Wow Factor ★★★★☆
Overall Experience ★★★★☆
Overall we had a really good time playing The book of secrets. Although there was a lot to do in the 60 minutes for the 2 of us we had lots of fun. The room was very interesting, well decorated and set out with lots to explore and complete. This is a really good room for larger teams as you are able to split up to different parts of the room, but experienced smaller groups would also do well. This was the first game we have played at Clue adventures and was the perfect introduction, we were super excited for our next game 2tickets 2ride
2 Players £70
3 Players £96
4 Players £120
5 Players £140
6 Players £156
7 Players £168
Clue Adventures’s The Book Of Secrets Website
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