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Some are scarier than others, and it obviously depends on your tolerance to this kind of scares. I have to say that I am not a big fan of this idea, but I have almost not played any of those, so I do not have a completely formed opinion, in this regard. Concerning Ouija, I think that if the room did not have this element it would be great anyway. The fear element makes it a little bit more special, as it adds something to the usual adrenaline caused by the race against the clock. The escape room has a great introduction it lasts around 30 minutes , so by the time the real game starts, you are more than into the mood.
The ambiance is really well-achieved, at the level of many of the great games here in the Netherlands, the puzzles are theme related and logical. My two escape room partners were people that got scared rather easily, so I had to be the brave one.
I have to say, that although I do not get scared that easily, there were a couple of moment that made me jump. All in all, being three experienced players, we also manage to escape with some time left on the clock.
Unluckily in this venue, they did not take any pictures! They argued, that this is due to the data protection regulations now in force in Europe, but they also do not let you take a picture with your own phone.
The expectations were obviously high and they were fully met. The game starts the moment you enter the venue, I have to say that this was something we encountered in practically all of the high-quality games we have played.
The importance of the active role of the game master is something in which, on average, Spain seems to more advanced than the Netherlands. One of the great things about this room is the ambiance.
Of the many great rooms, we played, this is one of the best scoring in that specific issue. The puzzles are theme related, some really well made and it all converges into a great finale. All in all, a magnificent experience.
Maybe the only thing I can criticize is that there were two puzzles, which had a certain issue, but it was a very minor thing compared to the overall experience. From our experience 4 is a very good number to tackle this room. With 5 it starts to get a little bit crowded in certain areas.
The fact that it can be played it in English makes this room one of the fundamental ones to visit if you are in Barcelona. Abduction was therefore the second room I played from this venue.
As my partner had other plans, I found a player who joined forces with me to tackle this mission. The topic is the fall of the nazi regime. The game starts the moment you enter the venue. Abduction is the first room of this venue; therefore, the topic and the type of puzzles and ambiance is a little bit more classic. In spite of this, this room is still very good and I would even rate it as above average compared to our national average. It is particularly remarked that the whole decoration is very realistically made, reproducing some objects, which look very authentic.
The room is also relatively challenging for experienced players, but I would not recommend it playing it with too many people. This was the last room we played from Abduction. Also, a scary one, but I would rate it as less scary than Ouija.
Great ambiance and very nice puzzles, reminded me in some things other rooms I have played in the Netherlands. The puzzles were really nice and original, but in my opinion towards the end the puzzle part suffers a little bit.
Nevertheless, it is compensated by a well achieved ending to crown a really nice storyline. For my partner, it was scary, as a matter of fact for her it was the limit of the tolerable, so it is not ideal for people that get scared easily, but in my case, I did not get scared at all.
Less than 4 is rather challenging, but doable. I do not want to say much about this room, as is one of these rooms, where the less you know the better. The website says that it is a test that will challenge you physically and mentally, and it is probably the best description there is.
The puzzles are great and to be honest this room deserves a category on its own. I can barely compare it to other rooms I have played, and I think in a way it was one of the most fun escape rooms I have played. I really hope they adapt it to be played in English, as actually language is not very relevant in this game.
This room was also in the original list, and also confirmed its deserved spot there. What a game!!! They have made a real movie set, with very nice puzzles and games, as well as physical elements, and to top it all a story with multiple possible endings depending on your choices. It is so good, I will just say: Play it!!!
I heard very recently that it is also playable in English now, so it cannot be missed. When I played it was fully booked weeks in advanced, I found one empty spot in two weeks a couple of weeks in advance. At the moment of writing this I checked and until May, during the weekends it is fully booked, with the exception of one spot in the morning in April!!! The times for English playing are limited to times after and weekends, therefore booking well in advanced is at the moment a must.
A must is also playing this room. I think 4 is a good number, in certain places up to 6 still ok, specially if you are not that experienced, but I would advise against playing it with more.
After the other 3 games, expectations were of course high. The escape room presents itself, as a cinema you can check the website , and that is also the impression you get when arriving, including popcorn, because as the girl working there said, what are the movies without popcorn.
Already at that point, you quickly realize, that there is a lot of thought in the concept and you prepare yourself for something good coming your way. It was great. I will not say much about the beginning, because it is something you have to experience yourselves, but it is a very original one. The ambiance is also top, really top, and the puzzles are really nice, they make you work, and the minimum number of players 4 is completely justified.
Same remark as in Alien, maybe a couple more ok, but not more. We played with the same couple from Alien, and succeeded also in this room to escape. There were a couple of minor technical glitches, that they elegantly solved, but other than that it was a great experience with a great finale, which in my opinion had a little detail that rounds up a well-thought, well-done escape room, that deserves its spot among the very best.
At the moment it is apparently only in Spanish, they mentioned to me, they had some international bookings, I am not sure if they intend to adapt it to be fully playable in English, but I really hope they do. To play any of the ones mentioned above that are already in English makes already a visit to Barcelona worthwhile, and I really hope the other top rooms catch up with that.
While, this is clearly not a Top Room, I have to say that, as already stated before it is nice, when the gamemaster is not just an employee reciting the rules, but is integrated in the game and accompanying story. The room was challenging for us three and we managed to escape at the very end.
I do not want to enter into details, in order not to spoil anything. There was at least a very nice element, related to the story. The puzzles were solid, and included a variety of them, from more classic to more technological ones, a lot of collaborative tasks, which I like a lot.
There were a few minor weak points here and there, either in terms of puzzles or design, and also given the nature of the room the ambiance is not as elaborate as in other rooms, but in all in all a real solid room. I have to say, that for the experience you get, the game master and the fact that you have 90 minutes, it is a really nice escape room. I cannot compare it to the many there are in Barcelona, so it is difficult to say if this room is an average or an above average room compared to the other rooms there, but it is an enjoyable room.
The gamemaster was nice, but did not act any role, so the reception was rather classic. The room is rather a classical room, I would say with less tech elements than Training Room for instance, but maybe with a more elaborate ambiance matching the theme. Depending on the number of players and experience they offer a normal and an expert version what we played and they adapt the number of puzzles and game dynamics depending on the number of players. We struggled with the initial puzzle, sometimes less people is better, but then the core of the room was rather nonlinear and being 6 was quite ok, although again towards the end it is a little bit much.
I think 4 experienced players would tackle this room without any problem. Again, I cannot compare to the average room in Barcelona, but it is definitely a fun room. It was a new experience to play like this for me. I would not recommend to a group of enthusiasts looking for a game, given that there are probably rooms, which are better, and therefore more value for your money BUT if you are looking for a room suitable for a visit with the family, this might be a very good option.
Many of the rooms in and around Barcelona are either scary, or have scary or military topics, or for some reason or another are not suitable for kids. In this venue they provide a nice experience and is therefore ideal for family or enthusiasts with kids. All the first timers enjoyed the experience a lot, so if I have to sum it up, it is a good room, not top, not addressed at the regular players, but really good to get into the Escape rooms or to play with kids.
Also the fact that the games are available in English distinguishes the room from others of the region, which do not have but a Spanish version. Also, here the game starts the moment you knock at a mysterious door, or even before, with the whole story related to the reason to be there in the first place. The whole venue is already part of the ambiance, not a commercial reception, but right into the immersion from the start.