Diamond Heist

Diamond Heist
8.275

Atmosphere

88/10

    Equipment

    80/10

      Creativity

      85/10

        Puzzles

        78/10

          Pros

          • - Lasers!
          • - Puzzles were creative

          Cons

          • - There was one frustrating puzzle

          The basic concept behind this room is great: you’re a notorious thief, and have your eyes set on a 250-carat diamond. To get to it, you have to get past all the security measures in place. One such measure is a laser room, and every time you trip a laser, time is deducted off the clock. And I’ll be the first to admit that I rather enjoyed avoiding the lasers! In my opinion, it was the highlight of the game.

          The puzzles for this game were pretty linear, with no logical leaps required. We did experience some frustration with one of the puzzles, in that we knew how to complete it, but took a long time to do so purely because of the mechanics. There was another puzzle that we felt might be a bit difficult without a certain skill/knowledge/experience, but there is some guidance provided, so it’s not impossible. Overall, I’d say that the puzzles were creative and fun.

          This is a good room for beginners since it doesn’t have too many puzzles to solve. It’s also a fun room for more advanced players if you want to dodge some lasers!

           

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

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