Escape Rush: Submarine Bunker

By | March 20, 2019

by Escape Rush (website)

Brussels

2-6 players

60 minutes

Your mission will be to use the time machine to go back one hour before the disaster: Three intercontinental nuclear warheads have been launched from the bunker where you will be sent. We need you to track the CIA operative that has been sent and find a way to disarm or neutralise the missiles before it is too late. After one hour the temporal loop will collapse and you will be transported back to the present whether your mission is a success or not. We are all counting on you!
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Rated between 40 and 50 out of 5

based on ratings from 1 user
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Joe Brown expert rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Played: 3 Nov 2021
Amazing sets and tech, massive rooms, but slightly unintuitive puzzles and a slightly disappointing ending - we finished it with too much time to go, definitely felt like it needed more puzzles!

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Really good games are harder to compare with each other. While every escape game is different, after playing a few hundred games, their relative quality mainly comes down to the same few factors: are the puzzles interesting and fun, well-designed and free from unnecessary ambiguity? does the game look good, and give you a moment of 'wow' when you walk in? do you feel drawn into the story, and immersed in the narrative? Assessing most games comes down to how well they've done at those, and any ga...
A review of Escape Bunker, a game with one of the most impressive sets and storefronts I've ever seen. If you're in Brussels then you should go and check it out!

Intercontinental missiles with nuclear warheads were fired from a Russian submarine bunker, which are now approaching three major world capitals. It is too late to evacuate the metropolises, but there may still be a way to prevent the disaster. To understand how this can be possible, one must know the tragic story of Hadrian Ravenswood. Here is the short form of one of best elaborated background stories I have read about an escape game so far.

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