Charlotte

Charlotte
9.3

Atmosphere

98/10

    Equipment

    90/10

      Creativity

      92/10

        Puzzles

        92/10

          Pros

          • - Creepy atmosphere
          • - Puzzles flowed nicely from one to the next
          • - Puzzles fit in well with theme

          Cons

          • - Creepy atmosphere
          • - Have to climb a set of steep stairs

          No, I didn’t make a mistake with the Pros and Cons. One of the best parts of Charlotte is the décor – you totally feel like you’re visiting someone’s attic, and yes, it’s creepy. And for that reason, it may be a Con for those that are easily spooked by such an atmosphere. Nothing will jump out to scare you, but let’s just say that I wouldn’t want to spend the night there. Definitely a job well done on the room design for this game!

          Now onto the puzzles! I’m going to start off by saying that there was absolutely nothing high tech in Charlotte. I think the only thing that required power were the flashlights. Was it fun then? You bet! There were plenty of puzzles to keep us busy and they flowed well from one to the next. The puzzles also tied back into the overall theme and story, with an added task of investigating the case.

          Overall, it was a great experience that I would recommend to anyone who works or lives downtown. Or do what we did – make a special trip downtown just to play escape games! If you feel that you may be spooked, keep in mind that there are afternoon time slots available :)

           

          Captive
          43 Elm St, Ste 200, Toronto, ON M5G 1H1

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