Updated: Jan 31
📖 THE STORY
You have 90 minutes to go through 5 different scenarios. The 1st room was designed around the movie “The Ring”. The 2nd and 3rd room were inspired by X-Files. The 4th room was a chaos room with no real theme and the 5th room was a murder mystery. All the goals were the same in every room: GET OUT!
🎯 HIT THE BULLSEYE
The concept was very unique. We’ve never played an escape room that had this many rooms with each room being a different theme.
The ending gave us chills as we uncovered it.
Personalization aspect of certain puzzles was fun to discover during the play.
We did enjoy some of the “jump scares” at the appropriate times.
🧩 MISSED THE MARK
This room felt like random thoughts all meshed together. Although, the concept was unique, there was no storyline to connect them. Was it a person’s nightmare that he/she was trying to escape from? Then that person needed to be somehow incorporated into the puzzles of each room. There has to be a correlation.
We spoke about the sanitation issue before with Budapest escape rooms. Even though the location has its eerie atmosphere, there should be a “finished” look on the rooms. We can’t be touching dirt on props or seeing hanging electric cords. Some Props also needed an update.
Some solutions were too obvious and puzzles could have better designs since this game is a 90-minute game and we’ve finished quite fast with just the two of us. We suggest more puzzles or multi-step puzzles to be added to the room.
🏹 TAKE A SHOT?
If you like the creepy feeling, you’ll feel it before you even enter the escape room at “Titkom”. They are located in the basement of a building with unfinished construction (they intend to build more rooms there in the future). We think this could be fun for beginner escapers as the puzzles are not extremely difficult. Because the rooms were quite spacious, a group of 4 or more would fit comfortably.
Did you dig deep and check everywhere?
* Check out our YouTube video above for a sneak peek of the location, interview with the owner, the room and more!
** We don't want to go into detail and ruin any surprises for you, but if you'd like more information on the room, feel free to email us.
(If you do decide to try this room, please remember to let them know that "ESCAPETHEROOMers" sent you!)
Disclosure: We thank Titkom.com for comping our tickets for this game. Although complimentary admission was generously provided, it does not impact our opinion on the review whatsoever.