This ritual has taken too long for you to cast, and the guard has discovered you and your team. Dark magic is strictly prohibited and you are quickly condemned by the Grand Inquisitor.
Bloody Elbow will take care of you … The most sadistic but effective of executioners. Will you manage to escape to return to practice your black magic? Will Bloody Elbow make you confess your heresy, one tooth after another?
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Whitechapel seems to be the place to be in London this year, at least for escaping, with three companies opening new games in the area in a short space of time. London Escaped have launched with two games, both using Russian-made room designs that also exist in Los Angeles and have attracted praise there for their high quality sets and physical puzzle mechanisms. (This game, The Prisoner, is known there as Bloody Elbow.)
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Bloody Elbow was a fun adventure. We recommend it for experienced players. It looked fantastic. However, a communicative audio track combined with a set lean on feedback made portions of the game difficult to follow. QUEST ROOM played a little looser with force and safety than we’d prefer… but through this Bloody Elbow instilled an urgency of escape.
Well, what can we say here. We arrived at the venue and there were about 5 staff in reception plus another member of staff ready to take us to our room. In another area, more staff going about their business. That’s good, we thought, they have 7 games so there should be enough people here to be reviewing each game even if they’re all on at the same time. We locked up our coats and bags and got ready to go in.
A good looking room, a technical issue meant the room had to be reset part way through the game for us, without that my score would have been higher. Still, some good puzzles and a good looking room that I enjoyed.