Unforeseeable Pyramid

Unforeseeable Pyramid
9.175

Atmosphere

99/10

    Equipment

    85/10

      Creativity

      93/10

        Puzzles

        90/10

          Pros

          • - Elaborate and immersive set-up
          • - Large variety of puzzles

          Cons

          • - One piece of equipment was not working

          Pyramids are understandably a popular theme for escape rooms. And even though Unforeseeable Pyramid is only the second pyramid-themed room that I’ve played, I’m gonna say right now that it’s my favourite one. The décor was incredible and had me oohing and aahing from start to finish. The attention to detail was impressive – even the timer was strategically placed so that it didn’t affect the overall décor, yet was in an accessible spot.

          I rather enjoyed the variety and creativeness of the puzzles, as well as how they related back to the theme. However, there were two puzzles that were a bit frustrating. One of them caused quite a bottleneck, because only one person could work on it, and unless you’re familiar with this type of puzzle, it can take a long time. Also, the game cannot continue without completing this puzzle, and there was nothing else for the other players to do, not even searching. The other point of frustration was, what we later found out, due to equipment malfunction and the broken equipment has since been replaced.

          Despite the issues mentioned above, I had a great time and would recommend this to any intermediate or advanced level player looking for a challenge!

           

          Freeing Canada Station – Toronto
          9625 Yonge St, 2nd Flr, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5T2

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