The immersive atmosphere is definitely one of the best out of the escape games I have done. Our game master, Parketa (I believe sorry if that's the wrong name), was great. As an actor to get us into the room and throughout the game. I think this establishment's system of giving you help (no spoilers) is quite different from games I've done, but can waste some time from your overall hour. The puzzles were interesting, there were a lot, there were only 2 of us and even though we both work for escape games, we struggled due to timing because of sheer amount to do. So i definitely recommend a bigger team if you're playing this game, its still doable and we had a lot of fun, but stressful due to time. The music played really well and enhanced the atmosphere. Most of the puzzles were good and had logic, but a couple we struggled as they didn't work or seemed very scattered. We were also told there were no hints on the walls, but this turned out no to be true. I think this was just a slight translation error from our host in the beginning, who was also lovely her name was Jan I believe, but just for the future English teams you have; I would recommend clarifying that you don't need excessive force on the walls, as opposed to telling teams there are no hints on the walls as we were told.
Overall a fantastic escape game and I'm very happy we went!
Warning: you will get very dusty and dirty, so maybe don't wear your fancy dinner clothes!
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