Updated: Jun 11
Difficulty Level: 7/10
Public/Private: Public/ Private
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Read our review of "The Swamp" to find out more about this escape location. The next room that we tried to escape from is "The Tower". The game master added in an interesting intro that set the mood prior to entering the game. He may also "help" you all the way till the end if you stick to the story line. We actually enjoyed this room a bit more as it's normally meant for 6 people so it was more manageable but the story line and puzzles also flowed better. The room decor was once again very immersive. You felt like you were transported to an old castle in the medieval days. There was a bit of red herring on why one of the puzzle pieces appeared earlier on and had no use which delayed us a bit and also a little incident with one of the pieces of the puzzle that didn't come out where it was suppose to but we understand the build of these puzzles are not easy and things do happen at times. This was quickly fixed and we were able to continue with our game. We did get out with only a few seconds to spare as the last puzzle definitely needed some quick thinking and quick hands. Overall it was a very solid room and we enjoyed it very much. We can't wait to try their other rooms in the near future!
ETR Overall rating: 8.5/10
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Disclosure: We thank Escape The Puzzle for comping our tickets for this game.
Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.