Sauve Qui Peut: Dendera’s secret

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion   Puzzles   Hosting Very nice Egyptian decors Sophisticated mechanisms A team of passionate gamemasters The gamemaster entering into the room before the game starts Book here Dendera’s Secret is a direct portal from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, located 50 kms away from Montreal, to the Egyptian Dendera Temple. This sacred edifice encloses the mysteries of the death and resurrection of Osiris, deity … Continue reading Sauve Qui Peut: Dendera’s secret

X-Cape: Tomb of Anubis

Game experience: ENTERTAINING   Immersion    Puzzles    Hosting The very sophisticated decors. The Indiana-Jones-like mechanisms. The abysmal hosting. Many dysfunctioning elements. The uncalibrated difficulty. Book here “When you booked your vacation to see the great pyramids, you thought it would be more interesting. But as your tour guide drones on and on about different types of ancient pottery and myths, you decide you could have … Continue reading X-Cape: Tomb of Anubis

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 … Continue reading Hourglass Escapes: Rise of the Mad Pharaoh

Mystery room: Pharaoh’s treasure

Game experience: TERRIBLE Immersion    Puzzles       Hosting    Nothing Everything Despite occasional shortcomings, nearly all escape games I had played so far had been a fun experience, with dedicated owners, designers and gamemasters who work hard to provide a good experience. It was therefore an interesting experience to play at Mystery Room, as I could hardly imagine that the quality of an escape game … Continue reading Mystery room: Pharaoh’s treasure

Immersia: The Lost Temple of Cthulhu

Game experience: VERY GOOD Immersion    Puzzles     Hosting    The immersive jungle environment. Some mechanisms that feel like magic. The very friendly welcome and immersive gamemastering. A somewhat less impressive final part in the last room. Book here I’m sure that you’ve heard of Cthulhu, this cosmic God created by H.P. Lovecraft, a 100m-tall humanoid with an octopus head and dragon wings: (author Dominique Signoret, … Continue reading Immersia: The Lost Temple of Cthulhu