You are a cryptologist assigned to work with a team of detectives to solve a gruesome murder in an art gallery. The corpse was discovered surrounded by mysterious symbols linking to the Fibonacci sequence. You have begun to unearth crucial information which has been kept a closely guarded secret for thousands of years. After discovering too much a ruthless group of dangerous individuals is following you, trying to catch you and keep you quiet. Preventing you from learning further truths, you have been trapped inside the room. You must use your expertise to solve the complex clues lying within or face the truth never being revealed.
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This was the second room we played from Escape Reality, and although it shares some of its flaws, overall we found it more enjoyable, even though we narrowly failed to escape within the 60 minute deadline.
It shares the same slightly flawed hint system (see the Alcatraz review for details), which in case of problems falls back on staff coming into the room, as well as the dim lighting and torch use throughout. This time we started with one fewer torches than players, though in fact that didn't ...
A decent but linear room that was challenging in all the right places, unfortunately let down by a terrible clue system