23a St Georges Centre, DA11 0TB
Step into the laboratory of Frontier Engineering, a research company tackling the unknowns of
science, one paradox at a time. They are seeking teams of 2-6 to undertake a one hour trial of a
mysterious and powerful device they call ‘The Unit’. They won’t tell us what it does, but they
assure us that it is completely safe*.
to impossible places and experience one of the craziest twists in escape room history.
Seriously, this game will blow your minds!
**vaporized subjects get a free hat
based on ratings from 10 users
combined with 6 pro reviews
This room I found it hard and frustrating as some of the puzzle I saw in there I never seen before! The story and theming was amazing
We ended up playing this after doing dinoland and coming out buzzing to do another room and this was all that was available. We had no idea what the premise of the room was but the guys at The Panic Room were really helpful.
The idea behind this room is really interesting and adds to the pressure as you progress (I wont spoil the mechanic) takes a few seconds to get your head what is going as you play the room. When we finished the room the GM went through everything and explained how it all worked. The play areas are small I think it would be a challenge for more than 4 players but they quickly open up and there is plenty to do. The puzzles are all interesting and varied with a heavy reliance on technology and we struggled with a number of them. The method of communicating with the GM is very different to and added to the futuristic feel of the room.
Still my favourite room to this day - my first and possibly only 'gasp out loud' moment in a room that I have ever done. Also one of the few times I have felt under any kind of time pressure.
Cannot recommend enough, make sure to keep communicating with your team throughout 🙂