The Brainfall Hotel: Dark Seas

By | May 15, 2019

by The Brainfall Hotel (website)

Evrou 10 & Kerasountos, Athens 115 28


2-6 players

90 mins
At the end of Episode I “Looking Glass”, you discover that it’s not the last you’ve heard from the master of the world below. In this last installment of the Madness Rooms, something precious has been taken from you and must be retrieved at all costs. But will you be able to retrieve it without losing even more? So sneak in the ship and live an experience right out of an Adventure Game!
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Rated between 40 and 45 out of 5

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Mark Greenhalgh expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Played: 26/10/19

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Third in Brainfall's trilogy of games, Dark Seas takes the story in an unexpected direction by setting it on a pirate ship, though you're still nominally in Wonderland. The Hatter remains the villain of the tale but features much less prominently, and although there are other narrative links to the earlier games it would work perfectly well stand-alone or played out of order.
Pirate themed escape rooms are reliably pretty in my experience, and some are quite spectacular. Even so, Dark Seas is ...
A pair of fun experiences with gorgeous sets but with the actors that didn’t really add to the experience. In one, the actor got a bit repetitive, while in the other, the actors weren’t very relevant. Go in expecting an immersive theatre/escape room hybrid and you should have a good time.
Dark Seas ist der dritte und bislang neuste Raum in der Alice Reihe und natürlich fehlen auch hier nicht die NPCs, die dir entweder wohl oder feindlich gesinnt sind! Die Rätsel sind gut in die Story integriert und dem Thema Seefahrt entsprechend aufgebaut, zwischendurch Mal knifflig aber hier auch nicht allzu schwierig.

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