Edifício Pátio Da Rocha, Escritório 5, Rua Das Ânforas, Praia Da Rocha, 8500-325
You’re on a submarine quest to discover the source.
Legend has it that this might be the site of the lost city of Atlantis!Do you dare brave the deeps? Can you be the one who discovers Atlantis and returns to tell the tale?
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Finding Atlantis was great fun. We loved the puzzles. The technical side worked almost all the way through (only problem was an intro video that took a long time to load for one teammember and they had to reload the game).
The flow through the game was excellent and the story was engaging. Funny moments and aha moments all the way through.
Just the right amount of puzzles for our taste to do in one go. The end puzzle was excellent and we thought everything came well together.
Two puzzles had us stopped for a while - an anagram and a riddle, but we got there in the end.
Great experience - go try it out. Can't wait to play their other digital room.
Decent Inventory system, and some initial confusion in the dark eventually gives way to some clean and managable puzzles.
You start in a submarine but you soon leave that to explore a strange new world. This is a great room with a good story, our Avatar was excellent, possibly my favourite inventory system but make no mistake, this is a hard room, we did with 2 but we only had a couple of minutes left. Had a brilliant time throughout.
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We had the privilege to beta test "Atlantis" before it was released. The set design was quite immersive for a remote escape room. Right from the beginning, we felt like we entered the control center of a submarine and was greeted by the captain.
I had booked this room after "Final Call" because the comments I'd read suggested this one was the better of the two, and I definitely agree with that sentiment. Atlantis is larger and - in my opinion - better looking, it's harder (though fortunately not in a "nothing makes sense" kinda way) and while some bits of the game were tweaked for better online play, this is a room I would've loved playing in real life, with my family.