Escape Brum: Blackmail

By | April 27, 2019

by Escape Brum (website)

68 Camden Street, B1 3DP


2-6 players

60 minutes

Lord Barrington Smyth is being blackmailed, we've identified the culprit as dodgy Birmingham private investigator Doug Spade. We need a crack team to enter Spade's office in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, locate the evidence he is using to blackmail Lord Barrington, and escape before Spade returns...
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Overall rating

Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5

based on ratings from 3 users

Player reviews

Arjay Henshall experienced says:

Venue: the outside of the building had plenty of signage so you knew where you going, unlike some that is just a doorway in amongst a crowded area. The waiting area was spacious and felt really relaxed. They even have a map on the wall to put a pin in to say where you’ve cone from which is a really nice touch and there were flags from all over the world the GM had a jug of water waiting to give us refreshments on arrival which was also a really nice touch

Room: A typical office based scenario where the scenario kept up with the objective of the game. Don’t expect anything spectacular or different in this room however. If you’ve played escape rooms before, you’re likely to have come across most of these puzzles, however, everything was well signposted and no need for leaps of logic. 

Despite us flying through the room, we had a great time in there and there was plenty to do. For a team that’s only done a few rooms, it may be challenging 

Overall, it was a great room by an independent GM and worth giving a go if you’re ever passing by 

Siân O'Brien says:

I found this game really immersive as a result of care in the set design. It felt really authentic. The GM was really lovely and the story was well thought out. Overall, really enjoyable. I can't wait for this company to open new rooms! 

Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5

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