Escape Reality Edinburgh: Ritual

By | March 4, 2024

by Escape Reality Edinburgh (website)

1 Fountainbridge Square, EH3 9QB


2-6 players

Languages: EN

60 minutes

You and your friends are on holiday in a remote village in Europe. One night you are in a pub and you overhear some of the residents discussing that they have been seeing flickering lights and hearing strange chanting coming from the forest late at night. Believing it might be fun, you and your friends decide to go and have a look.
After a short walk in the forest, you spot a run-down old cabin that stands alone in the cold air. You step inside to find the cabin empty. The door suddenly slams closed behind you and locks, trapping you inside. Mysterious figures in black hoods begin to emerge from the trees. They are all members of a strange cult devoted to bringing a demon back into this world. For this to happen, your sacrifice is required. The ritual will last an hour, you don’t have much time to find a way out…
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elfgrunge experienced rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Team size: 4 Outcome: Successful escape!
Had the pleasure of being invited to play a pre-opening version of Ritual, and damn, Escape Reality have done it again! Their new in-house games really are a head above the rest of them there, and honestly above a lot of other rooms I've played. I've done quite a few "OooOOooOO there's a spooky abandoned cabin/house/etc" rooms now and this is probably my favourite. Great puzzles, good use of tech, some really inventive tricks to set it apart from other rooms - Just overall a great time. The set allows for some fun role play too - My team sat down at the big table every time we needed to share information or make a decision, which I would highly encourage as you get further into the storyline. Well done Fran!

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