12 Gibraltar Row
It’s the 1940’s and top British spy, Remy Blumenfield has disappeared under suspicious circumstances. A mysterious high-class lady is offering you some serious cash to find him before someone else does, someone on the wrong side of the law!
You will have 60 minutes to locate Remy before the crooked police raid his house and find you inside, snooping around!
Can you rack your brains and track him down in time?
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Writing this review after escaping from Remy's room in November 2016. Remy's room was a perfect example of both a collaborative and competitive room! We had such a great evening escaping from the very atmospheric and smart clues of this room. I keep telling my partner that he needs to book for a team building event with his band mates as the room can host up to 10 people divided into two identical rooms. Very excited about the news of a third room!
Really enjoyed this - some unique puzzling and a lovely big space. Bit too much searching for me but that's just a personal preference.
We played a race room Remy's as a team and absolutely love Remy's. Its a very classic room with some great puzzles and enough for everyone to do which felt important.
Another great room from Cluefinders.
Played this with work a couple of years back. There was 6 of us but still plenty for us to do. We did the race room and the ending was definitely something I’d not seen before and was the talk of the office for the next few weeks! As a game it’s pretty classic with locks galore, but the race element takes it to another level! The theme was family friendly, great for beginners and veterans alike.
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Now over three and a half years old, Clue Finders are practically ancient by escape room standards. It's a fast-moving industry and many rooms that appeared early, however impressive at the time, often compare poorly to the latest openings. Remy's Room is impressive for being a long-standing escape room that, even though it comes across as quite an old fashioned design, manages to hold its own against many much newer creations.
I rarely say much about venue quality outside a game - if the room ...