No Way Out: The Unknown

Game experience: VERY GOOD
IMMERSION: 5 / PUZZLES: 4 / HOSTING: 4
The Nun was already frightening, but The Unknown was one small step ahead in terms of scariness, with here also the intervention of an actor. The large number of rooms and the realism of the corpses were fantastic! Despite small gameplay shortcomings, this game brought some of my most intense moments in my escaper life. Continue reading No Way Out: The Unknown

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 other room … Continue reading Limitless: The Warrant

Hourglass Escapes: Rise of the Mad Pharaoh

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting The fantastic sarcophagus!  Lots of puzzles The roles and their personalized hints The simple decors around the sarcophagus Book here “YOU HAVE 60 MINUTES TO SAVE DR. CARTER! HURRY, TIME IS RUNNING OUT! With just your wits, clues from crates of artifacts, and notes from the trapped archaeologist, you must solve puzzles, discover mysteries, and help free Dr. … Continue reading Hourglass Escapes: Rise of the Mad Pharaoh

Quest Factor: National Treasure

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting The mystical atmosphere Some  impressive animations One less interesting pen-and-paper riddle Book here Quest Factor is becoming one of the largest escape game company in the Seattle area, with three venues at different places: Seattle, Shoreline, and Redmond. We had the opportunity to test three of their games – National Treasure and Mad Scientist at Shoreline, as well as … Continue reading Quest Factor: National Treasure

Portland Escape Rooms: Madame Neptune’s Voodoo Curse

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion Puzzles Hosting The immersive actor play The eerie atmosphere Somewhat classical puzzles Book here After my great experience at Portland’s Hours to Midnight in the morning, far east from the center, I went in the late afternoon in the opposite direction to Portland Escape Rooms on the far west – rarely had I spent 5$ on a bus day ticket so … Continue reading Portland Escape Rooms: Madame Neptune’s Voodoo Curse