Updated: Jun 11
Difficulty Level: 4.5/10
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For our first escape room experience in Sydney, Australia, we decided to visit The Enigma Room and try their "In Memoriam" room. When we arrived, the staff was incredibly friendly and welcoming. The lobby/ waiting area is a little bit on the small side w/ one 2-seater couch available. I guess since they only have two rooms at their location, they don't expect too many people at the same time. This room borrows a little bit from the movie "Inception" and "Being John Malkovich" where you are traveling into a woman in a coma's mind and reliving her memories. The room decor could use a little bit of renovations. The puzzles were fairly unique w/ some interesting challenges about random knowledge. Overall, the concept was entertaining but w/ a little bit of upgrades it would be a huge improvement.
ETR Overall rating: 6/10
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Disclosure: We thank The Enigma Room for media discount tickets for this game.
Although media discount was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.