New intel just in believes that here is the exclusive hideout of the elusive notorious jewel thief...'The Breakout Hotel' You have been given an assignment, each assigned a job role within The Walkergate Task Force. This whole operation hangs in the balance...in your team’s hands...with no warrant this is a dangerous undertaking. Have you got what it takes to use the tools, bring back the stolen jewels and learn enough about this ringleader to bring them down?? It’s late and dark when you enter this hideout. You must be quick...any mistakes along the way may alert the thief. Your career or worse...your life could be at stake! * This room has crawl space*
You will have to search the property to try and discover their true identity. Work together as a team and gather the evidence you need before the thief returns and the whole investigation is ruined or worse... This room is more than just escaping...it's winning!!
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The end game does it for me! Something different and fun!
We played the 100 minute version and there is a lot to do here! Some fab puzzles as always at Beverley Breakout and we really felt challenged in this room - the final section was particularly enjoyable for the puzzle purists that we are!
Beverly breakout is a must visit location! Great Host, great energy and a really fun day out!
100 minute played.
A brilliant concept from the start, the story is very immersive. There are a wide variety of puzzle types that enable everyone to feel of use in the room, and really effective in keeping people on their toes. Physical puzzles, code breaking and deduction are all brilliant additions to the more standard "find the combo for the padlock" puzzles which are also well developed.
There is a very novel section that felt slightly aside from the storyline, but as a puzzle fan and a bit of an escape room addict was so entertaining there was no way it could be taken as a negative!
Fran could not be a more attentive host from entry to exit and was a joy to talk to and be debriefed by!
We played the 100 minute version of this room (and set the record! Yippee!) and had a lot of fun doing so. A good mixture of different types of puzzles ranging from mathematical, word based, observational and some spatial. Again within Beverley Breakout rooms there were puzzles in this room I have never encountered before which is always fun to experience. Also again, the host Fran, clearly knows her games well as the few clues that were needed came through at the perfect moment. Towards the end of the game there is a series of fun standalone puzzles that don’t really tie in to the story of the room but they are so fun to do that you don’t even care! Once again, a fabulous room and we will definitely be going back to play the others!
We've done quite a lot of escape rooms and can honestly say that these are among the best rooms we have ever done. All the puzzles make sense and have a hint as to how to solve, some are subtle and we needed clues but were there to be seen. We are experienced but not experts and what really makes this a great experience, apart from the interesting storylines, is the expert hosting (your progress is clearly monitored continously which isn't the case for all places) and means that the amount of help is just right ensuring enjoyment for any standard of players.
The 100 minute Operation Hideout was amazing with a real mix of puzzles, searching, logic and physical activities - loved it. The Great Toy Rescue isn't just a children's room either, it's a really well put together room and whilst suitable for all ages will certainly have you thinking.
Finally what was also impressive was that for every room there was a great puzzle that we had never come across before which doesn't happen every time for us.
This review may sound over the top but we just think the games and overall experience really is that good. Try them for yourselves.