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Company: Edaqa's Room
Country: Germany 🇩🇪
Type of Game: Digital Escape Game
Date Played: 11/6/2020
Difficulty (based on 2 players): 5.5/10
Size of Team: 1-4 Players
Time: Unlimited (Suggested time: 90 Min)
Edaqa's Room currently have 2 digital games. Here's our review on their "Prototype: A Game Master is Needed".
Who doesn't want to go to a carnival when it's in town? Especially this one that has a ton of puzzles embedded in the carnival games! We can't wait to win some prizes...
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The game design was similar to their previous game with some improvements. It's a point-n-click format where you'll be able to collect items, open doors and utilize them with each other. You can gather a team of up to 4 people or play alone. When you interact with an item, a sound will occur to alert the other members. You'll need to update your teammate on what you had just solved as that will not display on the screen. The inventory system is synced among the players so that if you collected something your teammates will be able to see it as well. Although you're still able to click on items you've already collected, they added a "used items" category that would signify that item is no longer valuable. Also, there's a hint system build into the game should you need any assistance.
The difficulty level of puzzles in this game felt easier than the previous. It had a much better game flow due to some of the implemented changes. Edaqa's Room did a great job with utilizing subtle association of various symbols and clues to lead us to the relevant puzzles. There was a little bit of everything in terms of puzzle types (Math, logic, deduction, etc...). We really enjoyed the 4 Easter eggs that we had to hunt down. If you missed an Easter egg, the game would allow you to go back to find it before hitting the "finish" button.
This is a great game for friends and family to enjoy together. The game really bought out the carnival spirit with its colorful graphics, festive music and joyful puzzles. You actually felt the happiness you would feel if you were actually at a carnival. We're able to interact with many items and some even made us chuckle with their silly humor. A team of two was a great number for this game since we didn't have to talk over each other and there was plenty of puzzles to go around. We look forward to more of Edaqa's creations!
(If you do decide to try this game, give us a shoutout or tag us on social media so we know you heard it from "ESCAPETHEROOMers"!)
Disclosure: We thank Edaqa's Room for providing us with a sample of the game. Although complimentary experience was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.