Area 51 - Roswell is a highly debated subject. Imagine something similar on your doorstep…. rumour has it that in Stoke there was an incident and hidden away in a basement there is evidence to prove it. No one knows what it contains but you and your friends are about to find out as you have stumbled across it.
Does your group have what it takes to determine if it is a conspiracy or the real thing?
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Playing on a separate occasion, I'd agree with those comments, although I'd add in a note of appreciation for the game having more than one room, good puzzle variety, skilful and entertaining hosts, and a refreshing lack of frustration points - generally whenever you've solved a puzzle, it's clear that you've done so.
Compared to the Casino room I did at the same venue immediately beforehand, the game structure is more linear and the content somewhat easier. Experienced teams will find it easy ...