Dracula's Library

Dracula's Library
8.875

Atmosphere

93/10

    Equipment

    90/10

      Creativity

      85/10

        Puzzles

        87/10

          Pros

          • - Puzzles flowed nicely from one to the next
          • - Nice take on the vampire theme

          Cons

          • - One of the rooms was a bit cramped

          Our team isn’t big on creepy/haunted rooms, so we chose to do this room after Charlotte, with the hopes that it would help to “un-creep” our minds. And it certainly did! Despite the vampire theme, there was only one dark room, and the overall décor was not creepy at all. If I had to choose a word to describe it, I would use the word classy. Nicely done!

          Most of the puzzles fit into the story well, and flowed well from one to the next. Like Charlotte, there was nothing overly fancy, and yet, it was a good assortment of puzzles. At no point did our team get frustrated due to poor puzzle design. We did, however, get frustrated because of some confusion over what could be moved and what couldn’t.

          Playing Charlotte and Dracula’s Library definitely made for an evening well spent. Our team will likely be going back to try their other rooms!

           

          Captive
          43 Elm St, Ste 200, Toronto, ON M5G 1H1

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