The Escape Game: Vol 2: The Silk Road

By | April 18, 2020

by The Escape Game (website)

£8.00 $10.00

digital
Vincent Hahn just barely escaped, but Intel has noticed some suspicious activity in Hong Kong. According to reports, Hahn is dealing with artifacts related to the Silk Road. Your mission is to go there, find Hahn, and capture him before he can get away.
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The sequel to Chasing Hahn continues the story, from which you might be able to guess that while you Chased Hahn you didn't actually Catch Hahn. This second game picks up where the first left off, and while the game style is very similar it feels more tense and real-time: where the first felt more 'armchair detective', the second is closer to 'directing a field operation'.
The name is a reference to the setting, which centres around the inland areas of China associated with the historical trade...
Of the two digital games currently available from The Escape Game, we felt that The Silk Road was the stronger, but only just, and we’re looking forward to the eventual release of Vol. 3
We’re back on the hunt for Vincent Hahn after he got away from us in Vol 1. Suspicious activity in Hong Kong means we need to head there to try and track him down.
Capturing international criminals is a true… art form.
A family friendly Eastern adventure
The Escape Game is one of the largest corporate escape room companies in the world. Over the past two years, I played five of their games and if you are ever in one of the 17 cities they are present in, you should make an effort to stop by. My favorite rooms were Special Ops and Playground and both were some of the top rooms I have ever played. We jumped at the opportunity to play a brand new, digital only game: TEG: Unlocked VOL 1 & 2. From their site:
The Escape Game is a company with multiple venues across the USA, that features very high quality games. I had the opportunity to play their Special Ops, Playground and Gold Rush scenarios at their New York and Chicago venues, which were all very exciting in their own ways, with large, immersive sets, and a nice variety of tasks.

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