A brand new unique experience at The Panic Room. Ten Fathoms Deep is a VS room, two teams of 2-5 people can face off against each other.
The hull is about to give in, the safety glass about to crack. Two rival crews but only one emergency escape pod remails. Two identical rooms, the ultimate competitive VS experience that you have all been asking for. Can your crew get to the submarines last remaining escape pod and reach the surface? Or will you drown as the other crew seals their victory and your fate?
CAUTION - The ending of Ten Fathoms Deep has some confined spaces and climbing, for more information please contact us. The confined space can be skipped/avoided with no issue.
Please also wear comfortable shoes as the floor is grated, heels are not appropriate.
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I NEED more versus rooms! This is the only versus room I've played and it amazing! You can probably guess I was on the winning team 🙂 I loved the thrill of going head to head with another team and the indicator in the room showing the progress of the other team was a great touch to increase the intensity and fun. The room was immersive barring a few parts such as looking out the porthole to a wall, but the inside of the room was good. The puzzles were mixed with differing levels of difficulty. And as the winning team you get the added feature of escaping the submarine, a nice little touch which could be expanded on.
Really didn’t enjoy. Could hear everything going on in game next door. Some sections were accidentally left unlocked. The grating on the floor meant we spent some time fishing for an item we dropped. Didn’t enjoy.
A really nice set, and a fun racing mechanic - 2 teams race to get to the escape pod. A couple of frustrating moments due to having one game master rather than two (one for each team) meant there was ocassional bits of waiting around.
I try not to visit new rooms too soon after they open in case they're still affected by teething problems. The Panic Room seem to open rooms at such a rate though that it's been hard to find a time to visit when there wasn't a fairly recently opened game in their stable, and since we were visiting for their Dino Land game I couldn't resist booking into the brand-new Ten Fathoms Deep at the same time.
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Team DARKE’s first vs room experience! Our hosts Remie and Jordon welcomed us onboard and really set the scene well. It was a well thought out room and you certainly felt the pressure as you could see the other teams progress as the game went on!
The race aspect of this room made it a great, unique experience. Being able to see the progress of the other team really put the pressure on and I really liked the idea of a piggyback clue!