Mayze: The Truth of Osaka High

Game experience: GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting A very well-made creepy atmosphere Some puzzles maladjusted  Not enough time planned between two groups Book here After playing the light and fun “Escape with Usavich“, it was now time for us to move to a much darker atmosphere. “Your friend Aya was found dead hanging in the school’s washroom, however the body went missing before the police arrived. The … Continue reading Mayze: The Truth of Osaka High

Mayze: Escape with Usavich

Game experience: GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting The humor and twisted logic Somewhat simple decors at place  A gamemaster lacking enthusiasm Book here “You and your friends are watching cartoons at home when it finally happens, you guys get sucked into the television. You appear before a warden who immediately throws you in jail. You look around the cell and you find yourself inside a cartoon world. … Continue reading Mayze: Escape with Usavich

Freeing Canada Station: Pirate’s Prize

Game experience: GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting Nice wooden decors  A good puzzle structure The limited number of puzzles  The gamemaster entering the room Book here “A friend aboard the Red Pearl has tipped you off that its captain, Silverstone, has acquired an artifact worth a hundred times its weight in gold. To gain entry to the ship, you hatch a plan to track down Silverstone in … Continue reading Freeing Canada Station: Pirate’s Prize

Freeing Canada Station: Unforeseeable Pyramide

Game experience: GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting The scenario  The variety of mechanisms One malfunctioning puzzle  The gamemaster entering the room Book here Freeing Canada Station is located in Toronto’s boonies, so we played two games in a row when going there. The first one was Unforeseeable pyramid. “You were asked to clean out the office of an archeology professor, Dr. Johnathan Bancroft, who has been mysteriously … Continue reading Freeing Canada Station: Unforeseeable Pyramide