Epsom Escape: The Challenge Chambers

By | March 20, 2019

by Epsom Escape (website)

Horton Park County Club, Hook Road, KT19 8QG


2-4 players

60 minutes

2 copies

In 1887, the Earl of Claybourne created the challenge chambers as a 60 minute test of worth for potential suitors for his only daughter. When they both mysteriously disappeared, stories grew of foul play. After decades of abandonment, Claybourne Manor fell victim to a series of bombings during WW2. A recent excavation has uncovered a mummified body. You and your team of Investigators have been called to identify the discovery. Is the source of the disturbance linked to the the stories of foul play? Reconstructing the actual challenges maybe the only way to discover the truth.
Beat the clock in 1 chamber or book 2 identical chambers to compete against friends or colleagues.
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I knew before playing Challenge Chambers that it was a competitive ‘versus’ game where two teams can compete in identical copies of the room; what I hadn’t realised was that it also has a variable score system. Each copy of the room has a wall of puzzles, arranged in a grid. Your briefing tells you that you need to bring a key from one side of the grid to the other; since the puzzle padlocks block the key’s path, to do so you need to solve at least a third of the grid. However, other puzzles rel...
Every single puzzle involved a padlock in one way or another, I don’t mind a good padlock but this took that to the extreme

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