Unit 3 The Old Unicorn, Orwell Place, IP4 1BB
Do you and your team have what it takes to break the codes, find the clues, solve the puzzles and escape the room with all the chips before your 60 minutes runs out?show full description
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Casino is in many ways a fairly traditional escape game, but with the twist that you may have the option of escaping without solving everything in the room. Players may therefore find that they've opened the final door, but choose to delay their exit to try to unlock more cash.
By 'fairly traditional', I mean two things: firstly, most puzzles consist of finding a number (or, occasionally, a physical key) to open a padlock; and secondly, the room looks more like a casino-themed room of puzzles t...
A game packed full of uninspiring puzzles, a couple of which required some leaps of logic that overstepped the mark for me. You'll get close to a full hour's entertainment but I left feeling the game could have been so much more.
Two of the goats gamble on this room being enjoyable. Will they come out in the red or the black?
Escape Casino is a pretty hard game. Partly through puzzles that are just tough, partly through puzzles that are unfairly obscure, and partly just its nature as a non-linear game.
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reviewed in Edinburgh
reviewed in Stoke-on-Trent
A twist on the normal “you need to get out” model, this game has an extra way to separate the best teams. Challenging game with a great many padlocks. Extremely friendly and attentive staff.
reviewed in Kingston upon Hull
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