Contaminated Hospital

Contaminated Hospital
8.825

Atmosphere

90/10

    Equipment

    85/10

      Creativity

      88/10

        Puzzles

        90/10

          Pros

          • - Room décor suited the theme
          • - Puzzles related well to theme

          Cons

          • - Second room was a bit cramped for 6 people

          After my good experience with The Ancient Pyramid, I was itching to try the other rooms. So I grabbed five friends and we decided to tackle Contaminated Hospital. The equipment and props were not as fancy as the pyramid, but it suited the story just fine.

          Although the room set-up was not as elaborate as the pyramid, don’t be fooled into thinking that the puzzles are not as elaborate. Without giving away too much, let’s just say that they clearly spent a lot of time preparing the puzzles for this room.

          We did experience some frustration at one point in the game, while asking for a hint. Because the lady that was helping us did not speak English very clearly, we had to ask her to repeat the hint at least half a dozen times. I must give her credit though – she remained courteous and repeated the hint over and over without any frustration in her voice. However, I think it might’ve been better for all of us if she had passed the walkie-talkie to a colleague instead.

          Despite the frustration, we had fun playing this room and would recommend it to intermediate-level players.

           

          Trapped Canada
          3130 Hwy 7 E, Markham, ON L3R 5A1

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