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Another prison break style room that doesn’t offer anything more than the same style games within the same theme. I have definitely played better. The room had a little different angle as we also had escape the prison and get in to the officers office. At the point we really clicked with the room and we’re on for a flyer. Immersion slightly broken when the host came into the room to tell us a clue (which we hadn’t asked for).
Padlock heavy, interesting start to the game but nothing special compared to other Prison escape games. Could tell you were in an office style room converted to an escape room rather than feeling like you were in a cell.
If there had been less of us this room might have been better but there weren’t many puzzles and although we were assured it was even split of puzzles for those inside and those outside the cell, it wasn’t. Our players in the cell spent a lot of time waiting for a puzzle they could be involved in.
Get ready for a split start unlike any I've seen before. Communication is key more than ever, you are actually playing in the real cells (the venue was a former courthouse) that used to be used. There's a lot to do so I would advise a party of 4 but having said that we were literally on the last puzzle when the timer expired but this was a lot of fun and, for my money, the best game at the venue.