Escape from Bleak Prison

Escape from Bleak Prison
9

Atmosphere

92/10

    Equipment

    90/10

      Creativity

      88/10

        Puzzles

        90/10

          Pros

          • - Fun and unique puzzles
          • - Requires teamwork and collaboration
          • - Great use of the space

          Cons

          • - Not for those who don't like to move around

          The first time I went to Escape Games was to play The End of the Line and it fell short of my high expectations. I decided to give them another chance, so I went with my E4G team to try Escape from Bleak Prison and was pleasantly surprised!

          The room itself is nothing fancy – no high tech equipment or puzzles – but somehow it worked. The simpleness of it fit the prison theme, and even though the space was not that big, they made good use of it. Our E4G team had lots of fun going back and forth between the rooms!

          The puzzle order was pretty linear, so there was no wondering what to tackle next. And it helps that they tell you that items/clues are only used once (this applies to all their rooms). We also enjoyed the teamwork and collaboration that was required for some of the puzzles in this room. There was one puzzle that we were stuck on for a bit, but once we figured it out, we really appreciated how clever it was.

          Although this is one of the easier rooms at Escape Games, we don’t recommend it for anyone who hasn’t played room escapes before.

           

          Escape Games
          11 Kodiak Cres, Toronto, ON M3J 3E5

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