Safarka: Dream Gallery

By | May 6, 2020

by Safarka (website)

Lisbon

Up to 8 players

£54.00 €59.00

40 mins
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David, a painter with a lack of inspiration, had a dream that painting had returned to normal for him and he believes that a masterpiece was born from there.
Eager and desperate he went to the Dream Gallery to discover the end of his dream and try to recover the memory of this work.
His desire to relive the dream was so great that David signed a deal without reading it. Ignorant of the risk he is taking, he will need your help to escape the terrible fate that awaits him if he fails in his mission.
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Rated between 30 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 6 users
combined with 3 pro reviews

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I really don't know how to feel about Dream Gallery. It wilfully ignores conventions that I expect and rely on in escape rooms, from single use of items to use of outside knowledge, through various smaller things that are hard to describe without spoilers. It has relatively few puzzles, even for a 40 minute game. It uses a public booking system, unusual for a European game. (Although they initially used a public booking system, they've sensibly now shifted to a private booking s...
We liked the premise behind this room and felt it had a strong start and a lovely end, but there were a few areas where it needed improving

The story began with an artist dreaming about creating a master piece but can't seem to remember what it was. He then signed a contract with Dream Gallery so they could help him retrieve this masterpiece in his memory. 

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