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Okay, but definitely for kids
Def designed for little kids, and not really replayable for most adults.
Having enjoyed the original Escape Room In a Box, the Werewolf Experiment, there's no way to hide the fact that this sequel was very disappointing.
I've played a lot of escape room-in-boxes, so don't normally expect to see many completely original ideas, but we played it with some first-timer friends and even *they* had seen many of the puzzles before. There was no challenge, the plastic props looked like they belonged in a Barbie house (appropriately, for a game made by Mattel), and the narrative really made very little sense. It felt more like the kind of activity pack that kids would do on the back of a kids' menu at a restaurant than a full-price escape room game.
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This would be a perfect game for an older child or teenager or for someone new to the hobby who is looking to find a good entry point.