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The main point of riddance games is to achieve a determined final goal. You have to go along a number of challenges to get to the final one. The game is played in groups of 3-5 persons. Each group has 60 minutes to solve the challenges. You need...more
We went in a group of 8 and split into 2 groups of 4. I was in the group which attempted "The Prison Break". This was the harder of the 2 rooms and was great fun we really had to think and work together to...More
We did this for my husbands 30th and it was really good! We done the prison break one! I will say that the clues are quite hard- and certain clues weren't thought out properly ( can't say too much as I'd give it away)
Too too short and not immersive.
There is no story, very few puzzles, no countdown (just a timer that is not monitored and that doesn t stop when the door opens), no leaderboard.
From what we could tell one assistant was covering all rooms at...More
Was surprised that it was at the bottom of his house. But it was professional inside. The clues were a bit over my head but we did enjoy it. Excellent communication from the company throughout my booking
Self announced as "2nd generation escape room", Invisible space is (among all escape rooms I've done) the worst one by far. If that's the 2nd generation of escape rooms, we better start getting another hobby.
Imagine you are refurbishing your guest room, and everything is...More
The venue waa easy to find. We tried the prison break. We all loved our 60 minutes trying to escape. Thought the game was very clever. Tough in places. We would all like to go back and try the other 2 games they now have...More
Although this is set in someone's house, which seems strange, don't let that put u off, it is a great experience. Great fun for family or friends... Finding the clues, breaking codes and escaping the room
Have been to better, more professional escape rooms. This was a cheap, not very interesting attempt to copy those. The game was a bit haphazard with no logic as to the order in which clues could be solved. Some bits didn't work properly (message erased...More
Located in a regular private two stories house near Finsbury Park, walking distance from the station, free parking outside in the evening hours.
The place is rather run-down, feels a bit dusty and cheap, but never-the-less fun and captivating, so we ended up going there...More
A lot of fun, but we went as a couple and there wasn't a lot of time for just two people! Probably needed a few more of us. The puzzles were simple once you knew the solution, but we overthought too much and spent a...More