Another great escape room by Houdini’s. This was a very immersive escape room with different parts of the Titanic ship forming the setting. The story was used well and gave a sense of urgency. The puzzles were good and well planned but none of them particularly stood out as clever or unique. Overall, not our favourite from Houdini’s, but a good one nonetheless.
Game stats: Allocated game time: 90 mins Players: 4-7 Success rate: 38%
This is a well-designed room with some great puzzles. Unfortunately the gamemaster constantly interrupted our game with clues even though we didn’t want them. Be could barely stand still for a few seconds without her telling us the next step and so we felt cheated out of the chance to work it out ourselves. Potentially a good room but their gamemasters need more training.
This was a fantastic escape room! You are greeted by the Gamemaster who is already in character. Even the waiting room is immersive and then you are taken through to an old fashioned cinema for the introduction. The room itself is very immersive with a brilliant range of puzzles. Some puzzles were straight forward and others were hard. Hints were only given when asked so we went at a pace suited to our team. We would highly recommend this escape room!
Game stats: Allocated game time: 60 mins Players: 4-7
Difficulty: 91/100 Success rate: 21%
Escape room number: #5 Completed: July 2019 Team: 4 adults Escaped?: yes Time: 51 mins 30