Game Over Lisbon: La Mision del Profesor

By | May 26, 2022

by Game Over Lisbon (website)

Campo de Santa Clara 160A, 1100-475 Lisboa


2-6 players

Languages: EN, PO

60 minutes

The time has come for the greatest heist of all time. Put your masks and uniforms on and show what you are capable of. The plan has been carefully thought out. Each of you has been assigned a fake name, use it at all times! If you reveal your identity you will jeopardize the entire operation. The prize? A billion in cash, more than any of you could ever imagine. But it's not all sweet dreams. As soon as you gloriously enter the Mint, doors have been closed and alarms deactivated. The money awaits you, but now the challenge begins. Your team will be tested as never before. Can you stick together under pressure and during difficult choices, or will you give in and turn on each other? The Professor's plan has already been initiated, and the greatest danger is yourselves. With only 1 hour left, will you be able to withstand all the pressure and emerge victorious?
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knoh39 experienced rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Team size: 2 Outcome: Successful escape!
hi-techpoor hosting

I enjoyed the game but couldn’t get involved in solving some puzzles because they were too high. 

🤘The Pick of Destiny expert rated this:Rated between 20 and 20 out of 5
Team size: 2 Outcome: Successful escape!

Still not quite sure what the story was or how we escaped. 

Anonymous experienced rated this:Rated between 10 and 10 out of 5
Played: 6 Nov 2021 Team size: 4 Time taken: No idea Outcome: Successful escape!
poor hostingreset error
Our experience began with the host turning up late, unlocking the building and wandering around with all the doors to the other games open whilst we stood waiting in reception. We were handed a sheet of laminated paper and told to “read this”- which we realised was meant to be our briefing. Trying to keep enthusiastic as this was the start to a birthday day out, one of us read the briefing out to the rest of our group whilst the games master sat silently behind the desk. Only when we’d read it and were waiting for something to happen did she then get up and lead us up some stairs in more silence and to the door of the room. There was a very quick and unenthusiastic conversation where she asked if we’d done an escape room before. She then opened the door, proceeding to do the first puzzle right in front of us to go and do something in the room before we entered, with the door wide open behind her.

Throughout the experience it was evident our GM wasn’t watching. We completed puzzles and would receive clues about these puzzles shortly after. Not only this, one of our team completed a required action in the room and it was a few minutes later we were told to exit the area we were in and complete it again - I’m unsure if this was because she hadn’t seen us do it or something else, but we performed the action exactly the same and it was fine the second time. This bit was very ambiguous, I’m not too sure what happened so I don’t want to assume anything but it was frustrating nonetheless. 

Finally, the exit. We opened what we had guessed was the final door and came out into the hallway to silence and no one. Our host seemed confused and unprepared, and didn’t make any move to come over from where she was sat behind the desk in reception. So feeling confused, disappointed and very much like it had been a complete anti-climax, we walked down the stairs ourselves to reception.

No “how did it go?” No “did you enjoy it?” from our GM. We asked for our time and we were told to work it out ourselves, she told us an approximate time we’d gone in and then trailed off, leaving us to look at our watches and make a guess. We weren’t told any leaderboards, how well/badly we did, no jokes made about any aspects… it wasn’t until we walked out feeling confused and disappointed that we realised we weren’t even offered a team photo.

The room itself could have been good- but our experience was ruined completely by our GM and incredibly bad hosting. 

abooth expert rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Played: 19 Feb 2022 Team size: 2 Time taken: 35 Outcome: Successful escape!

It's....okay. Needs a good clean. Some clever bits. Fairly easy considering it's their hardest room I think.

Arjay Henshall expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Played: 15/09/2020 Team size: 4 Time taken: 50 Outcome: Successful escape!

A great concept, good looking and on theme.

sadly on the day we visited, there were no less than 3 reset errors which the game master then came into room and told us to put things back as we shouldnt have access to them yet. this is the worst thing that can happen in escape room, especially one that is supposed to be so immersive. 

Some fairly good puzzles, and some that had no logical rhyme or reason. when asking about the final puzzle, the games master didnt have a clue how to solve it. 

it looks and feels like this brand just dont care about their rooms 

Anonymous rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5

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