Claustrophobia

Claustrophobia
8.875

Atmosphere

95/10

    Equipment

    85/10

      Creativity

      85/10

        Puzzles

        90/10

          Pros

          • - Excellent atmosphere
          • - Great game for team building
          • - Puzzles were creative and flowed well

          Cons

          • - One of the puzzles required familiarity with map of Toronto

          I went to Trapped! with a group of colleagues as part of a team-building activity and I must say, Claustrophobia is a GREAT room for team-building! Many of their puzzles required collaborative efforts, so there was constant communication between me and my colleagues. We had a total of 4 players, which we felt was the perfect number for this room, but it can accommodate up to 7 people.

          The room design for this game was great! It gave off a sense of creepiness, but not so much that it would give you nightmares. It was also a clever use of a small space, and I can’t say much more than that without giving too much away.

          The equipment and props used in this room were not fancy nor high tech, but it suited the room just fine. But if you’re the type who likes all that fancy stuff, then this is not the room for you. The other thing that might be an obstacle for some is that one of the puzzles required familiarity a certain prop in the room. It’s not impossible without this knowledge, however, it would take a lot longer to solve it.

          All in all, my team and I had a great time playing Claustrophobia and will likely go back to try their other rooms. If you’re in the downtown area, you might want to check this place out!

           

          Trapped!
          118 Dundas St W, 2nd Flr, Toronto, ON M5G 1C3

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