Dob utca 16.
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Such an easy yet effective idea of a completely white room to disorientate you to start and then unfolds in to a great room. There's no need for a story here as the concept and puzzles are more than enough to make this a room stand high in our list of escape rooms. The room has since been bought by EscapeKent in Canterbury under a new name of The Asylum. Budapest is a must for any escape holiday plans!
This was my favourite of all the Escape Kent games as it is a minimal information room. First you need to find the puzzles before you can solve them! The puzzles are clever and tricky in places, but all are logical and there is signposting for them all... if you can find it.
I loved this room as I got to think "sideways" a lot in there and it was a great challenge, but I'm sure this will be labelled as a marmite room (you'll either love it or hate it).
Great start to a game where you walk into a completely blank room (although the trailer they have running in their reception area does give away a slight spoiler). A mostly logical series of puzzles, some of them quite tricky and hard to try and solve, probably the best room at this venue.
I've done this room twice and liked it. I do prefer the rooms with a theme but still enjoyed this room.
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We HAVE to talk about the theming. What a strange and surreal concept. There was no decoration, no objects, no props, just 5 bewildered people and 4 white walls. However, it soon turned out that this room had SO much to offer. We are going to have to be vague to prevent any spoilers, but there was absolutely loads to do in here. We discovered puzzles after puzzles, all different kinds, and had our work cut out trying to finish them all.