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A well constructed and planned room, the themeing and set immersing you to a post apocalyptic world. The game is challenging, intense and requires nimble players. The owners and creators are a lovely and passionate couple and great hosts.
Three very different feeling rooms. Our favourite game was Motel California but, if you're looking for something challenging, then I think Aftermath will do the job while if you're looking for a pretty set or family-friendly action then Forgotten Realm would work well.
For us, this room felt like an odd crossover between Jurassic Park and a zombie film - and it worked! Good puzzles in a variety of styles and great set design to boot
Onto the room, as we enter it is set out nicely with furniture and objects appropriate to the theme. This room has a great variation of puzzles and as a team of five there is plenty for each you to concentrate on separately or in pairs.
Good use of props, some well timed surprises, a simple yet exciting plot, as well as some really well put together puzzles (many of which I hadn't seen before!), this certainly puts this room up their with our personal favourites. The sense of tension within this adds to the atmosphere