Brighton Asylum Escape - "Curse of the Tomb"
Updated: Nov 10, 2020
Difficulty Level: 7/10
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Read our review of the "1408 Escape" room to find out more about this escape location. Immediately after successfully escaping "1408 Escape", we went into our next room - "Curse of the Tomb". The minute that you we stepped inside, we noticed a lot of upgrades in the decor and the design. We felt immediately drawn into the storyline from beginning to end. There were some locks and technological puzzles that we've haven't seen before which made the experience all the more interesting. Overall, we enjoyed our experience in both rooms and we are excited to see what the owner/ developer has planned for his escape room designs.
Full disclosure: This room was not designed by Brighton Asylum and no way reflects on the company.
ETR Overall rating: 7/10
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Disclosure: We thank Brighton Asylum Escape for comping our tickets for this game. Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.