It's the year of our lord 1672, and you be right in the height o' the golden age o' piracy…
After years of sailin' the high seas, you and your crew have succeeded in your fair share of ambushes, and as a result – your ship is teamin' with bounty.
Yet you're still suffering beneath the cruel wrath o' Captain Starling - a notoriously bloodthirsty buccaneer, and your shipmates have decided you all shall take matters into your own hands. After all… you fought for the gold, so the gold is yours for the taking, aye?
Once the old seadog has retreated to his berth for the night, you make your move. Get in, get the treasure and get out. You won't have long before he starts to stir – and Starling shows no mercy to ANY soul…
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Mutiny is my favourite game from the 50 I have played. Its truly amazing. Loved it all. Just like going into the Aztec zone on the Crystal Maze! Wish Tulleys did more like this one rather than the overly complicated newer ones which are nowhere near as good.
Potentially our favourite game to date. The level of details, the gameplay and the puzzle content is the perfect marriage and creates a fully immersive, enjoyable environment. This is what as escape room should be about. Fun and engaging and a feeling of value for money even if you escape well under the time. It’ll provide a challenge for beginners but a really fun ride for enthusiasts. Today, we’ve been spoiled!
Mutiny is Tulleys' pirate game, and it's a swashbuckling joy to play. A pirate theme demands good decorations, and this one delivers in spades. It has the same large footfall as its sibling game and is a clear step up in its visual impact. (Players should be warned that this is not a game to play wearing their smartest clothes.)
Before the game begins there's a slightly different version of the intro video we had for their other game, which was entertaining enough that we didn't mind listening ...
Tulleys deliver again with a beautiful set and solid puzzles. The one area where I felt that The Outfitters was lacking was on the physical puzzles front so it was great that this game was strong on that front with a couple of real standout elements.
Now this room definitely had the wow factor in terms of theming and decoration! So much attention to detail and probably for me, the most immersive of all the Tulleys rooms.
The variety of puzzles was excellent and there was something that suited every member of our group! Some challenging physical puzzles as well as plenty of skillful ones. Definitely not the run-of-the-mill puzzles you might see in a standard escape room.
This room had some really great big puzzles which required more than just one brain and definitely more than one pair of hands! We had great fun rummaging around in the belly of this pirate ship, the puzzles were absolutely fantastic with lots of elements that we hadn’t come across before and, while not the most challenging of the Tulley’s Escape Adventures, it was an absolutely brilliant experience!
A well themed, good looking room, 4 different sections that keep well with the theme. One puzzle that was not clear exactly what it did, but was important to getting through, some way of better knowing what you have done would be better. Ultimately though, this is quickly forgotten due to the presence of a cannon!