Modrophenia is a classic murder mystery puzzle hunt with a twist! You and your team take on the roles of a gang of Mods in 1964 Brighton who are investigating the murder of one of their friends. Puzzles, riddles and discovery will lead you to uncover more and more of the story, but will you find out what happened in time?
This super cool retro game features some of the finest items the 60s has to offer, including a genuine 1963 Vespa and a working 1964 pinball machine.
Modrophenia has been designed with larger groups in mind and there is plenty to do in the time given so we recommend a minimum team size of four people. But experienced escape room enthusiasts are welcome to take on the challenge in smaller teams, just contact us to open up the booking.
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As always with Pier Pressure the hosting is impeccable and a intuitive clue system. An intense room with lots to keep you engaged and busy. Great themeing with nice touches such as the pinball machine. We were commended for our performance as a 2 player team and the room was enjoyable.
Played as a 2 - normally a 4+ room - and got out, JUST, but worked hard for it. There are a lot of puzzles in this room. We had a blast, our GM was brilliant, nothing was too hard but a lot to do. I would recommend any game at Pier Pressure - clearly operated by enthusiasts. Set dressing was excellent and felt totally immersed in the world at hand.
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A wonderful homage to a part of Brighton culture that I knew little about. Decoration-wise it's impressive and there's a decent story as well. A great option if you're looking plenty of varied challenges.