Perplexity: Lost and Found

Express review “When Detective Hauser asked for your help in the missing persons case of Little Johnny Mapleton, it immediately sent chills down your spine. You know it’s a bad idea to go, but it feels like something is drawing you there; calling you back to the small town you thought you had left behind forever. Years have passed since the day Johnny vanished, and … Continue reading Perplexity: Lost and Found

Limitless: The Warrant

  Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion    Puzzles     Hosting The difficulty of the puzzles The anxiety The story The cooperation Lots of code locks Book here Situated a few steps away from the National Taiwan University, Limitless is an English-friendly venue hosting two rooms (with a third one coming up soon!). We had the chance to test each of them (see the review of the … Continue reading Limitless: The Warrant

Immersia: The Picadilly Cabaret

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion    Puzzles    Hosting Sophisticated immersion enhanced by lights, sounds and videos. Some puzzles are a bit classical. Book here Just after exiting the creepy cabin of Weekend at the Shack, we started with Alexandra and Virginie from OWAG a new adventure at Immersia Laval. “You’re in a 1930’s London abandoned cabaret, the one where the famous diva Emma Albani would … Continue reading Immersia: The Picadilly Cabaret

Escape Room Live: Ghostbusters

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion    Puzzles       Hosting    The use of hi-tech to further the immersion. The humor. The express introduction and debriefing. Book here Escape Room Live is a quite famous escape venue in the Washington D.C. area, with two locations, one in Alexandria, and a more recent one in Georgetown. The latter features a very large and beautiful waiting space, that … Continue reading Escape Room Live: Ghostbusters

Escape Masters: De-composed

  Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting A unique virtual reality immersion. Relatively classical puzzles. Book here Presently living near Montreal, I wanted my first escape review in this city to be a special one. ‘De-composed’, the virtual reality game at Escape masters, sounded like a perfect opportunity. I had already made a couple of solo virtual escape rooms (which I will review some … Continue reading Escape Masters: De-composed