Dodge City in 2127 remains a stronghold of the wild west. The constant tussle between the Sheriff and local gunslingers means there’s opportunity abound for some creative bank robbery for those with wits and courage.
As a member of the Notorious ‘Barn Door’ Gang you’ve been caught by the local sheriff breaking into the bank. Locked away with little hope, hired by an unnamed outlaw and facing the ruthless justice of the old west you’re left with only one option.
As the sun sets the race is on to break out, reclaim your supplies, pull off the bank job of the century and get out of Dodge City.
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Good fun - apparently we completed about 80% of the game in the hour, partly due to a rather slow start on our part and partly because there is a LOT to do. Not surprisingly, some people go back for a second attempt and can see why. Nice set dressing and many rooms to get through!
Update: we did indeed return In Nov 21, and succeeded on our second attempt 🙂 it's a very fun game, but we did have some issues (with a broken yet crucial prop, and then a broken puzzle at the end which required GM to override, which was a bit of a shame). Still kept very busy on the second run through, so felt like good value.
Played: Oct 2019Team size: 4Outcome: Successful escape!
Having commented that the GM in Outfitters hinted us a bit too readily, the GM for Dodge City was spot on and one of the best hinters our group has had. We needed only a couple of tiny hints to complete the room and the GM let us figure stuff out for ourselves as much as he could.
A great experience that I’d highly recommend. As always with Tulleys’ games, there’s a beautiful, expansive set with plenty of logical puzzles to keep a larger team occupied. Aside from the slightly crowded moments early on and the not-very-relevant futuristic setting of the story, there’s really not much to find flaw with here.
Another beautiful Tulleys room but ultimately let down by reset issues. Give the room a try, but probably wait a while for them to get it running smoothly - we should have waited.
Dodge City was quite the treat for us and a definite highlight in the greater London area. Nethercott Manor was a close second, perhaps due to the theme as we typically prefer light hearted games. We are happy to award Dodge City our highest rating of 5 gold stars! It's rare to see an escape room with so many things to accomplish in such an immense and wonderful environment!
We started the room in two groups. I really enjoy starting rooms this way, it’s real motivation to work things out as quickly as possible to get the group back together. The theming was definitely Wild West with a futuristic twist and a lot of thought had gone into the set up of this room.
There was so much to do in this escape and a massive variety of puzzles which made the experience very exciting! The space was massive and really well used with amazing scenery and theming. There was a great element of challenge to the puzzles in here, we really had to do some thinking to solve them. Overall, we just had so much fun in this room!