Co-Decode: Sub Terra

By | March 20, 2019

by Co-Decode (website)

Unit 35C BSS House, Cheney Manor Industrial Estate, SN2 2PJ


2-6 players

60 minutes

Wheelchair suitable - contact the venue for details
In 2008 the Cheney potash mine was unexpectedly shut down and the site evacuated. Despite much speculation in the media at the time, the reasons for closure remained obscure and the whole event soon became overshadowed by the recession.
About a week ago, your team of investigative journalists received a cryptic answer phone message. The caller claimed to work for a scientific research company named R-Tech Group and requested an urgent meeting to share sensitive information about an earlier ‘mining incident’. You wait at the rendezvous point… but no one turns up.
Intrigued, you start digging into R-Tech’s recent activities and sure enough uncover a connection to the Cheney potash mine. Could there be a secret facility deep inside and, if so, what have they been researching? This could be your chance to expose something huge, so what are you waiting for?!
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Overall rating

Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 5 users
combined with 3 pro reviews

Player reviews

Reviews by escape room review sites

A fantastic game bringing together great puzzles, impressive engineering, a beautiful set and an interesting storyline. Well worth travelling to Swindon for.
Sub Terra was a delight from start to finish. With a strong story that’s reenforced by a fantastic set, and great puzzles, it has firmly secured a place on my list of Top Ten Favourite rooms (to date). If you haven’t made the trip to Co-Decode yet, what are you waiting for?

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