Clue HQ Birmingham

By | March 20, 2019

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Clue HQ have branches in 16 locations. They offer 19 games, 8 of which are available at Birmingham.

Games in Birmingham by Clue HQ Birmingham

Arches 20 & 21, Lionel Street, B3 1AG

Most recent ratings & reviews

Brian experienced rated The Hellevator by Clue HQ Birmingham: Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Brian experienced rated Bunker 38 by Clue HQ Birmingham: Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Siân O'Brien reviewed The Betrayal of Cluetankhamun by Clue HQ Birmingham:
This was brilliant. The set design is great. I'll admit not every aspect of the puzzles was in keeping with the theme, but the room definitely added to my overall enjoyment. I found this game a little easier to get started than usual, as it's laid out in a very linear way (to an extent). There was certainly enough to do for the 5 of us, only just managing to escape. It did include riddles though, which tend to be my kryptonite. 
Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Siân O'Brien reviewed A-I-9 by Clue HQ Birmingham:

My first escape room. It was awesome. We did however manage to accidentally circumvent a puzzle. We didn't know, as it was our first Escape Room, but I don't feel like that should have been possible. Hopefully that will have been fixed by now, but because of it, I can't give a 5 star rating. 

Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Siân O'Brien reviewed Captain Riddle's Forgotten Fortune by Clue HQ Birmingham:

I loved this. This has been my favourite so far (our of 6). There was a nice big surprise for us in this room, which I don't want to spoil here! There was one puzzle that annoyed me, as the maths involved ignored BODMAS, so I feel like it was dumbed down. I really like that this game has an option to escape, or stay to win treasure!! We stayed. We nearly got locked in because of it, but we did escape with the treasure! 

Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Siân O'Brien reviewed The Hellevator by Clue HQ Birmingham:

This is so atmospheric - but not too scary. We were all screaming at other by the end because we knew we were close!! Eventually escaping with just 3 seconds to go!! It was awesome. 

Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Roory experienced reviewed Captain Riddle's Forgotten Fortune by Clue HQ Birmingham:

Heavy on content, also heavy on locks. Good visual theming and use of audio. On a number of occasions, very good prop/puzzle theming.

Was very dark to begin with, not certain if it became lighter because of story progression, or our GM realised we were overlooking a couple of obvious things in the room (we were told to ask for more light if we were struggling before the room started).

The entry door notes that the door stays locked until 5 minutes before the room booking time. It is possible that I may have missed it in the correspondence, but I wasn't aware of this, and it left us awkwardly standing around in the train arches until the unlock time.

Certainly worth a visit if nearby, would recommend more than 2 people as there is a lot to do. Just don't turn up too early!!

Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5

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