The Da Vinci Code

The Da Vinci Code
7

Atmosphere

75/10

    Equipment

    70/10

      Creativity

      70/10

        Puzzles

        65/10

          Pros

          • - Lots of space

          Cons

          • - Puzzles did not flow well from one to another

          Theme/Atmosphere: The décor was consistent with the Da Vinci code book series (if you have read the book or seen the movie). Simplistic design, but it worked.

          Puzzles: The puzzles are quite basic in nature as it’s mostly riddles and number puzzles. There is one which was quite unique in that it needed operation with care, which I am not used to because in all our previous experience everything we handled was quite dummy proof and safe. But once again, it was an interesting surprise and twist. Very creative.

          Level of Difficulty: I would categorize this room with low to medium difficulty. Great for beginners just getting into the game.

          Overall Experience: This was the second room we played at The Great Escape, and I like the theme of this room more. The puzzles and the theme are more in sync, but again, I didn’t enjoy running back and forth between the other rooms and the first room to read clues and complete the puzzles. I was also disappointed that the room wasn’t properly reset, so something we were supposed to find was already in plain sight and also one of the pieces was missing from one of the puzzles.

           

          The Great Escape
          165 Geary Ave, Toronto, ON M6H 2B8

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