Cursed Library

Cursed Library
6.75

Atmosphere

65/10

    Equipment

    70/10

      Creativity

      65/10

        Puzzles

        70/10

          Pros

          • - Straightforward
          • - Good for beginners

          Cons

          • - Not suitable for groups of more than 3
          • - Could be more creative

          Cursed Library is ESC-IT’s recommended room for beginners. So, when a girlfriend and I were looking for our very first room escape experience, we chose this room. I find that brand new players, in their very first few minutes, usually fall into one of two categories: the Mad Scramble type, or the Dazed type. We were definitely were the Mad Scramble type. As soon as we were given the go ahead to start, we were into anything and everything. Judging from the condition of the equipment, I’m pretty confident that we’re not the only ones that took that approach.

          Regardless of what type you are, I’d agree that this is a good room for beginners. Not too many puzzles to overwhelm you, and nothing fancy about the room to distract you. The story behind the room is alright, and the puzzles were really just figuring out codes to different kinds of combination locks. In terms of creativity and creating an immersive experience, I feel that there is definitely room for improvement.

          For those of you who are looking to get some experience, or just want some affordable fun time with your friends, you can give this room a try.

           

          ESC-IT
          5051 Highway 7, Unit 10/11, Markham, ON L3R 1N3

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