Chief Inspector Ernst Gennat has a problem: the „Beast of Berlin“ has struck again, directly in his office. You’re employees of the special commission and your task is to find the hiding place of the rampant serial killer. The gripping true story will catapult you directly into Berlin’s roaring twenties. Start searching … and you will get dangerously close to the beast.
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Second of the three games currently available at The Room, The Beast of Berlin has you investigating a serial killer, and is significantly darker than its two sibling games. Whereas I'd encourage you to play their other games with a team of 2-3, Beast is a larger game for which I'd suggest 3-5 players - though that's partly because my team of two failed badly!
My initial impression was that the game was more traditional and unassuming than their others, using a more standard style of decoration...
A review of THE ROOM, Berlin's best escape venue and home to The Lost Treasure, The Best of Berlin and Go West. Three great games with amazing theming and good, logical puzzles. If you're ever in Berlin, THE ROOM should be on your to do list.
The Beast of Berlin was the first Escape Room we ever played. Like all rooms of THE ROOM in Berlin, it manages to maintain a dense and here especially creepy atmosphere over the entire playing time and to serve the player one or the other surprise.
For the next Escape Room we visited in Berlin, we took up the invite from the owner of “The Room”. His rooms are among – if not the – best rated games in Berlin, so we were very curious. Could The Room hold its high promise, or did it crash and burn under our high […]