Puzzle Punks Dubrovnik: Save King’s Landing

By | April 18, 2020

by Puzzle Punks Dubrovnik (website)

2-6 players

£51.00 €60.00

Languages: EN, HR

📹remote avatar
A thrilling story that takes place inside an alchemy lab, in the dungeons of King's Landing! Solve the puzzles in time and find the wildfire potion! Be a hero, save the kingdom! Inspired by Game of Thrones” — read more
Mission
Baratheon’s fleet is attacking King’s Landing. He gathered the biggest fleet ever seen, and we dont have enough canons or men to defeat them.
The only chance to save the city is to destroy the fleet using the wildfire brewed by Grand Meister Hallyne, the pyromancer, but the damn old man hid himself somewhere in the dungeon. A frightened old fart!
Tyrion, the King’s Hand, gave you a magic potion that, after you drank it, gave you the ability to telephatically control Sir Dontos, the city’s fool, around the alchemy lab in order to locate the wildfire!
Do it in time and save the Kingdom!
Game Features
Live Avatar
360 Panorama view of the room
Inventory System
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Overall rating

Rated between 35 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 22 users
combined with 4 pro reviews

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With the 360 view, the inventory, and Sir Dontos, we had everything we needed to have an enjoyable stay in King’s Landing and came away from this game with that wonderful escape room buzz
Today our escape adventure takes us to Dubrovnik in Croatia. Ok, we're staying home in real life but are still able to travel, because this is an online escape with an avatar (this means that the GM holds a camera and acts as your hands and eyes for you).We receive by email a zoom link and a link to a website. A player will enter given codes as we explores the site and everyone will have access to a view of the different rooms with the possibility to enlarge some "corners" and an inventory in...

This second game of our evening was, overall, more enjoyable than the first. The GoT theme is always fun to play in, the room looked nice, the puzzles made sense (plus there were very few "actual locks" around), and this time the 360° viewer was the genuine thing. My fellow players seemed to enjoy their experience. I, however, knew something they didn't...

Overall we really enjoyed this experience, the live host/avatar was friendly and helpful getting us through the game, and the virtual game play worked flawlessly for us. We managed to escape with about 15 minutes to spare which we think was really impressive, considering the volume and variety of puzzles to solve. Playing a virtual game with the same point of view means each person gets to experience the whole game, rather than playing physically where you split off and end up missing parts of it that others have solved. The whole team thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the game.


Ser Dontos Saves Kings Landing!

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