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Most of the time, escape games consist of trying to escape from a room within a limited amount of time (usually an hour) and are generally played in groups of several people. In groups of 2 to 16 people, players have to look for clues hidden in a...more
We liked a lot the game, especially the competition style ( coz it was another same room with different group of people). It is very entertaining game. Personally I recommend to be at least 4 persons in the team ( I will not say why,...More
It Was only my second escape room and yet, I have been really surprised by the creativity of this place. Also, the challenge is pretty hard, so it might be exciting Also for the experienced room-escapers!
I've been in 20+ escape games before, and this is the worst one by far.
From locks falling apart down to absurd puzzles, everything is a complete failure in this escape game.
The people operating the business couldn't care less about the players. To begin...More
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60 Minutos Esca... ., Propriétaire at 60' Escape Room Barcelona, responded to this reviewResponded 15 November 2016
First, we are verry sorry if you did not enjoy the experience. Let's do through your complains:
- yes we decided to hands out a sheet with the introduction so you can really understand. It appears to us that it will be more...More
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