Till date this is still one of the best all-rounded escape room experiences, with varied logical puzzles as well as nice flashes of realisation throughout.
Although the storyline didn’t make sense to me (it was kind of absent right after the room started) I was still impressed with the room as a whole, due to its rather creative layout. This room managed to bring out the inner child in me as I was constantly being amused by several interesting props as well as various surprises that lay in store.
The puzzles are not difficult, but there are enough of them such that you would be entertained for the most part of the hour, especially if your team is small. That would mean that this escape room is not linear, with multiple things that can be solved at the same time, making it just that bit more challenging for experienced teams. You are required to put two and two together and draw some rather clever connections at multiple points throughout your journey, which is what makes this room feel really satisfying.
Although this isn’t as high tech and decked out as many other Xcape rooms are (forgive it for being really old), it does contain a couple of interesting props which I wouldn’t comment more about. By nature of the room layout, at least one person in your team should be physically able to clear this room.
All that being said, this room does contain abit of everything ranging from cool puzzles to physicality to hidden surprises and interesting props. It is rare that a room does not have something for me to nitpick at (I generally don’t mind the lack of storyline as long as the puzzles are strong) and I feel that beginners and experienced players will be able to enjoy this room alike. My team of 6 wasted some time and still cleared it with over 10 minutes left, so a good number would be 4 players. Any less and it might be difficult.
Overall enjoyment: 8.5/10