21 Castle Gate, NG1 7AQ
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One of my absolute favourite games ever! Genius puzzles and I LOVED the physical elements and hidden surprises. You will not be disappointed by this spectacular room!
Absolutely beautiful room with highly intricate and lovingly-made puzzles. Great craftsmanship seen throughout. Very playful room which kept our energy levels buzzing. Requires ‘out of the box’ thinking for some puzzles. We blazed through the room with almost half the time left on the clock. However, we did not feel short-changed as the experience was superb. Just wanted to add, the gentleman who spoke to us before this room (involved with marketing) was lovely and was knowledgeable on other locations around the UK. Always nice to chat to a fellow enthusiast before or after a room.
Another fantastic room in Nottingham, this was possibly the most unique we have done. Loads of unexpected twists and turns, despite the fact we escaped quickly we felt like we had our money’s worth. The whole place felt like we were explorers! Top 5 room, the best we’ve done at Escapologic as well. Perfect for a team of two.
We really liked this - it's got a real cinematic feel to it and was just really great fun.
Cool use of space and some really fun puzzles. Good theming although quite easy I thought
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One of my favourite types of Escape Room is a quest, where the goal isn’t exactly to escape or to solve a world crisis, but one that takes you on a journey
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