Clueston, we have a problem! A meteor shower has just struck the Hinternational Space Station resulting in a catastrophic power failure in the substation where you were located – the Europa Research Module. This power failure has caused a number of systems to shut down, including the oxygen reserves for the entire H.S.S. Can you and your team overcome microgravity and restart the station to get the oxygen flowing again?
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Played: 28 Jun 2022Team size: 4Time taken: 50:00Outcome: Successful escape!
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Went to Warrington with some colleagues (many their first time playing an escape room) and they had a great time with this room. Considering the buzz on here, I was expecting a little more spectacle, but worth visiting nonetheless. We all had to work together and was a non-linear game. They tend to be my preference, especially with groups greater than 2/3. I would certainly if this game a playthrough if close by.
Absolutely brilliant room. It isn’t huge in space but you never notice as the room is filled with in-theme puzzles. A few things we’d never encountered before and the last 2 minutes was very immersive if a little stressful!
Played: 30 Mar 2022Team size: 2Time taken: 54Outcome: Successful escape!
Absolutely amazing room! The puzzles were on theme and extremely creative. It is a small room but that didn’t matter with just the two of us. The only downside was that the host didn’t explain the story much and just seemed very unenthusiastic.
Played: 18 Jun 2021Team size: 2Outcome: Successful escape!
Having played "The Warp" series of online games I was quite thrilled to see the actual set of the game. You are astronaut trainees newly arrived at a space station when, obviously, things go wrong and you only have 60 minutes to air left. There follows a great logical series of problems coupled with some nasty potential search fails (we had to be clued to one) and a couple of great physical moments I've not seen before, had a fantastic time here.
Interstellar was the second game we played at Trapped In with a sci-fi theme, and the difference was remarkable. Where Time Machine used silver foil and spare electronics as decoration, Interstellar is in a different league. Though not up to Hollywood movie set levels, it presents a thoroughly credible starship interior; and it uses a simple but remarkably successful effect making it feel far larger than it actually is. I also appreciated the way they’d chosen a flooring that completely looked t...
A thoroughly polished game that I'd put right up there as one of the best in the North West. Looks beautiful, lots of puzzles and a very good structure to the game is topped off by a finale that felt it was taken straight from Star Trek.