Da Vinci Code

Da Vinci Code










          • - Feels like art studio


          • - Puzzles overly complicated

          This was a room that I wanted to like, simply because I liked how it looked at first glance. As soon as you enter the room, there’s no question that you’re in an art studio, and a bright one too, which is always a nice bonus. However, later on in the game, there seemed to be no logical explanation as to why certain pieces of furniture were setup the way they were, except for a minor tie-in to a puzzle. The story itself offered no reason for this.

          The puzzles were similarly disappointing. While we were happy to see that most of the puzzles tied into the theme/story, we were frustrated by some puzzles that were made unnecessarily complicated. There was also a puzzle that was “broken” and required the gamemaster to create a new one for us. However, it wasn’t immediately obvious that it was broken, as we weren’t sure if this was just another attempt at making the puzzle overly complicated.

          I would say this room is more suitable for more experienced players, but I’m not eager to recommend it to anyone. At $25 for a 45-minute game, there are definitely more attractive options out there if you’re looking for a challenge.


          Escape Zone
          2nd Floor – 388 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON M5T 2G5

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