Room Escape: Indiana

By | March 20, 2019

by Room Escape (website)


2-5 players

60 minutes

During an ethnographic expedition, away from any civilisation, somewhere far in the jungle, you have fallen into a fatal trap. You are locked in an ancient tomb you have been exploring. It turns out you are not the first ones get here, but if you manage to solve the mystery of the place, you may be the first ones who manage to get out of this Escape Room. This is a quest room in which you have to use all of your knowledge and wits, trust your primal instincts and follow the rules and the power of logic to find your way back to freedom.
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We played three rooms by Room Escape, with I think the first (Laboratory) being the oldest of the three and the last (Medieval) being the newest; and there's a clear progression towards more elaborate decoration and coherent theme.
While Indiana isn't as impressive as Medieval, it's a clear step up from Laboratory, and some lovely decorations and locks make the decor a lot more satisfying. There's a mix of searching, average puzzles (why is an ancient tomb making me do sums?) and some inventive...
A venue that I wouldn't recommend - the GMs were poor, one game was broken, one game had a horrible, horrible puzzle and the third game was enjoyable but nothing special. Note that this is a different venue to Escape Room Warsaw which has far better games even though the two brands are linked.

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