Locked In A Room London: Invisibility Gene

By | March 20, 2019

by Locked In A Room London (website)

ExCeL London, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Docks, E16 1XL

East London

2-6 players

60 minutes

5 copies

closed
An infamous colleague, Professor Scabworthy, has been acting even more suspicious recently in the lab. Whilst he is detained for questioning, thoroughly investigate his workshop with your team of investigators to discover and prevent the catastrophe he is attempting to unleash on Milton Keynes…
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Overall rating

Rated between 30 and 35 out of 5

based on ratings from 1 user
combined with 3 pro reviews

Player reviews

Rhea Eris experienced rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5

Reviews by escape room review sites

We played Invisibility Gene shortly after Timelock, and it had an equally slick intro sequence, slightly weakened by its close similarity to the one we'd had for their other game.
The format is very similar: lots of four-digit padlocks and a highly linear sequence of puzzles, each of which usually gives a code that opens a lock and provides a clue for the next puzzle. The difficulty level here is a step up from Timelock, and I found the puzzles here a bit more variable but overall preferred the...
Same old, same old. A very similar experience to their first room. Good enough for beginners but experienced players will likely feel it's too expensive for a fairly basic experience.
We got locked in a laboratory at ExCeL London with just one hour to find out what monstrosities our shady colleague had planned. But was it… ExCeL-ent?
There were some nice steampunk items to play with, a few red herrings, and one real ‘ooh’ moment that stood out, but the rest?  We had to double check

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