Abandoned

Abandoned
7.5

Atmosphere

75/10

    Equipment

    80/10

      Creativity

      75/10

        Puzzles

        70/10

          Pros

          • - Interesting split-room design
          • - Décor fit with theme

          Cons

          • - Too many puzzles

          This game has an interesting and unique set-up: your group is split two rooms, with a window in-between and a microphone in one room for communication purposes. Yes, that’s right, the microphone was only in one of the rooms. Luckily for my team, I was in the room without the microphone. So for once, they actually appreciated my super loud voice, as communication between the two teams was essential for solving some of the puzzles.

          Speaking of puzzles, I wouldn’t say they were extremely hard, but there were definitely a lot of them, with no indication of the general order of puzzles. This is what made this game difficult, and not necessarily the actual difficulty level of the puzzles, which I thought was reasonable.

          The room was suitably decorated, and it was a good size that could comfortably fit 12 people, which is the maximum number for this room. I recommend this room for intermediate to advanced-level players.

           

          iEscaped
          5927 Yonge St, Ste 205, Toronto, ON M2M 2E4

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