Salt, five red candles, red string and a floor length mirror. Four simple, household items is all you need to summon a house of hell.
Welcome to the Devil’s playground, you are his new toys.
Driven by the desperation of your desires, you find yourself trying to beat The Devil at his own game. After having your soul trapped inside the very mirror you have used to summon him, you discover you are in the Devil’s waiting lobby, the elevator to hell. You are not alone. Instead, you are surrounded by his other contestants, enslaved to the game of sacrifice. You must work together to outsmart the Devil’s torments, traps and trickery as you play a game for the ultimate price – the game of sacrifice.
The Devil has taken the liberty of possessing your body for the next hour. The consequence; he is capable of stirring up plenty of trouble in that time. At the end, The Devil will either leave your body or claim your soul. What he does with it, nobody knows…Yet.
Will you become the next sacrifice?
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Played: 21 Oct 2021Team size: 4Time taken: 51Outcome: Successful escape!
Played this with a team of 4 and we fould it fun with some interesting puzzles that made use of some nice technology. I do generally prefer older style escapes rooms that use more conventional locks than technology, but this is what you get with a gen2 room. The only downside for us was it was pretty dark and, at times, hard to see, but overall we had fun
Well built, very immersive room for thrill seekers. Genuinely scary at times and the set is great for it's purpose. There's an interesting array of puzzles that tie in with the set nicely too. Some of the puzzles were quite difficult and we had to ask for a few clues. Only minor gripe was that it was difficult to communicate with the gamesmaster as the music/atmospheric sounds in the room were quite loud, but the staff (particularly Issy) were very friendly before/after the room and were keen to know what we thought they could improve on.
Another game at their Gen2 site, once again there's plenty of technology but if you don't like dark rooms then this is very dark at times. Once again a good selection of puzzles in a mostly limited area (I'd advise no more than 3-4 to avoid getting in each others way, a lot of tech means hardly any padlocks but there are some physical puzzles and some crawling to be done. This game also typically has an actor but it's not a hard requirement if a member of your party isn't keen. It's interesting, having played games at both their Gen1 and 2 sites, currently I think I prefer the Gen1 games.