Exciting Game Oxford: Broken Time

By | March 20, 2019

by Exciting Game Oxford (website)

123 London Road, OX3 9HZ

Oxford

3-5 players

60 minutes

closed
Your team participated in an experiment that aimed to prove the possibility of time travelling using microwave photons. The phenomenon quantum tunnelling seemed to be succeeding when something went wrong and the prisms you were experimenting with exploded. The explosion created a time loop. As a side effect you all lost your memories and you keep losing them as the time loop repeats itself, every 60 minutes. To break the loop and restore the damage you caused, you need to leave the “contaminated” room as you are part of the glitch in time and space. The only problem is: no one remembers the security code of the door...
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Overall rating

Rated between 10 and 30 out of 5

based on ratings from 1 user
combined with 2 pro reviews

Player reviews

reviewed in Birmingham
Sabrina Dietrich expert rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5

Reviews by escape room review sites

Honestly, I was just happy to get out of the room alive. Before I could even concentrate on the terrible decor of this room I was drawn to the electrical points that seemed to be hanging from the wall, and the wires that were all over the place in an unsightly mess. The room itself seemed to be stuck in a time loop, back in the late 90's, when I imagine the building was initially condemned. There were a few good puzzles, but unfortunately this was not able to save the room for me. 

I honestly wouldn't recommend this room to anyone, experienced or nocice, it's an experience you can live without 

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