You work for a secret government agency. Unfortunately, your team leader was captured while on a mission. Your team needs to break them out of prison. You only have one chance, so make it count. You have 60 minutes before the prison guard returns. Can you save Prisoner X?
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The theme is a classic one for escape rooms of course and this is where it all started for Tricky Escapes. The decor is quite basic but that does actually emulate a prison quite well – the representation of a cell was done nicely with investment in some pretty realistic props.