1 Aqueduct Mill, Aqueduct Street, UK, PR1 7JN
Archeologists have made the discovery that would change the course of Egyptian history. They have acquired proof that one of the Pharaohs tombs contains the secrets of immortality. A series of mystical methods that grants delayed aging, the very same method adopted by Queen Cleopatra to grant her a mighty reign as the final Pharaoh of Egypt. Countless efforts by wealthy adventurers have been fruitless in finding this tomb. However, your rag-tag team of archeologists has come across a confidential piece of information on to the whereabouts of this secret tomb. Enter the tomb of Thutmosis; Pharaoh of the Old Kingdom and High Priest to Horus, God of The Sky. Thutmosis was known for his expansive knowledge of sorcery and dark magic, and it seems that his secrets were buried in his tomb with him; including the secret to immortality. However, leading up to the event of his demise and mummification, he deviously plotted out that his tomb will be crafted with a slew of mischievous puzzles to trap any wandering adventurers such as yourself. You must lead your team into his tomb, acquire all his evil secrets, and successfully escape within 60 minutes or be trapped inside for all eternity and suffer Thutmosis’ wrath!show full description
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Even Brendan Fraser could escape from this room… Outside the room A couple of months ago, I chanced upon a special offer that gave half price entry to The Escape Room Preston, so I couldn't resist signing up to play two of their games over Christmas. First up was the Mummy, supposedly their easiest room, rated at
With a couple of hours spare before leaving Tallinn, naturally we squeezed in one final escape game, and the only venue who could provide a game in the narrow time window we had available was Escape Room, who we'd visited on a previous trip. The only game available that we hadn't already done was their ancient Egyptian game.
In one sense the decor in The Mummy is the most striking of the four games I've seen at this venue. A game set in an ancient pyramid demands more investment in the look and...
(reviewed in Tallinn)