Pressure Point Escape Rooms: Broken

By | March 20, 2019

by Pressure Point Escape Rooms (website)

First Floor Offices, 2C New Rents, TN23 1JH

Ashford

2-6 players

60 minutes

It’s 2049, and England has split into 2 warring factions. The power driven North has decided that it will strike the south with an ageing collection of nuclear missiles.
4 decades ago your late grandfather foresaw this disaster and built a small bunker hidden deep in the woods, using his expertise in nuclear warfare.
With the missiles launched, you have 60 minutes before impact. This bunker is your only chance for survival.
Here’s the thing though… it’s BROKEN!
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Overall rating

Rated between 40 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 5 users
combined with 3 pro reviews

Player reviews

Matt C experienced says:

What a fantastic escape room experience.  The atmosphere and the puzzle are really good. Also you need alot of communication compare to other rooms.  It's quite a small room so be aware about that but this room is a must!

Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Sabrina Dietrich expert rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Angela Styles rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Barry Hammond experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5

Reviews by escape room review sites

Broken, currently Pressure Point's newest game, is set in a nuclear bunker. Following the venue's penchant for putting an unusual spin on a familiar setting, you're not infiltrating a bunker or trying to break out of one - instead, this is an ageing home-made bunker, which you need to quickly repair before the nuclear first strike hits. Despite the impending Armageddon, this isn't handled as a grim game. Broken may not be as light-hearted as its sister game Murder on the Dancefloor, but it share...
A fun game with a great balance of puzzles. I loved the unusual theme, the clever structure, the strong set and the confident finale. Pressure Point seem to have the knack of creating games that feel really polished and leave you with that hard-to-define feeling of "flow"."

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