Turners Hill Road, Turners Hill, RH10 4PE
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After playing the newer rooms at Tulleys I was surprised at the amount of space in Outfitters that just wasn't used. Well themed puzzles but the whole mission seemed to be lacking somewhat against the other Tulleys rooms. Its a great room, and can hold its own against most of the UK rooms, but its surrounded by brilliance.
Good room, nice to find a Tulley's room suitable for two people
Played this on the same game as Mutiny and equally as challenging to complete as a 2, very happy to have done so as apparently more puzzles in this room than in Mutiny. As with the other room, great design and staging, a huge space in which to complete all the challenges.
This is a fun game, the main strength of which is the growing scale as the experience unfolds. Some of the puzzles were quite unique, but most were familiar and nothing that we hadn't seen elsewhere.
Unfortunately we felt the experience was let down by odd GM-ing. We were given confusing and unprompted clues at the wrong time (e.g. while solving an existing puzzle). It felt as if we were being hurried along, without even having a chance to look for and solve puzzles ourselves. One of the lock codes in the room had been set incorrectly, which staff confirmed when we reported it later. The GM didn't notice we'd punched in the right number and it wasn't opening - we only solved the lock by scrolling the final digit either side of the correct number, just in case. After the game ended we didn't get exact confirmation of our time, like you normally would.
It was hard not to compare it to the quality of the other game at Tulleys we've done, including one of our all time favourite games, Mutiny. Outfitters is probably normally a solid good room (7/10) but our specific experience was not great (6/10).
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The world of scare attractions is not one I'm particularly familiar with, but apparently Tulleys Farm is well known there for their Shocktober event every Halloween. They've now expanded into escape rooms as well, with two rooms now open; The Outfitters was the first one we tried, and it has a 1920s Prohibition setting. You're faced with a gentleman's clothing store suspected of being a front for a bootleg bar, and need to find your way in so you can bust the Mob owners.
As with many games, the...
Fantastic theming in this room and each reveal throughout was just perfection, we couldn’t think of anything it was missing and the result of course is that 10/10 you see for immersion.
A wide array of puzzles that kept us all busy the whole time we were in there and appealed to our various strengths, it’s one of those rooms where if you’re struggling on something call your team mates!
A really well designed room really fitting in with the theme, some tricky puzzles, but a really good variety of puzzles. 4 distinct sections which kept all 4 of us busy throughout. Thoroughly worth the visit.
One of the best rooms I’ve done, and definitely up there for difficulty. Bring along multiple friends – you won’t be short of puzzles to solve!