Black Swan

Black Swan
8.75

Atmosphere

95/10

    Equipment

    85/10

      Creativity

      85/10

        Puzzles

        85/10

          Pros

          • - Room looked like a dance studio
          • - Good use of props

          Cons

          • - Room got stuffy towards the end

          We played this room right after Painter’s Murderer and boy, was it ever different! Well okay, the technical aspect of the puzzles was the same: the room mainly consisted of number locks. But because the theme was so different, the way the combinations were derived were also quite different. While we’re on the topic of puzzles, there was one particular puzzle that our team had a blast with! If you play this room, you’ll know exactly which one I’m talking about.

          The setting for this room is a dance studio and it was another job well done by the Freeing team! Great choice of furniture and props, that fit well with the story. For this room, other than finding the final key, we had to determine who the killer was. I found this less stressful than collecting evidence, but not sure why. Maybe because this was something we could do at the very end? In any case, it wasn’t too difficult.

          Even though this room was more spacious than the room for Painter’s Murderer, it still got quite stuffy towards the end. But other than that, no huge complaints about the set-up. All in all, it was an enjoyable room!

           

          Freeing Canada Station – Toronto
          9625 Yonge St, 2nd Flr, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5T2

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