Aunt Daisy was an engineer ahead of her time. Almost a hundred years ago she built an adorable little robot out of pipes, springs and boxes. He could even talk! Lest he should fall into the wrong hands, she dismantled him and sent him off to visit her friends around the globe.
She locked the blueprints for his construction in her father’s old deed box and secured the key with layers of puzzles and codes, which could never be solved until the robot returned.
At last, having been in lost luggage for almost a century, he has come home.
Can you unlock the secrets of Daisy’s kitchen, open the chest and revive the robot to find those elusive blueprints?
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Played: 16 Feb 2022Team size: 2Time taken: 59:53Outcome: Successful escape!
This was the second room we've done here. The story and theme were very original and cute and we did not expect so many puzzles in such a small space. The hint system was clever, giving little nudges rather than obvious clues that can ruin the experience. This was a fun and enjoyable room and we would recommend this for families as well as teams of 2 who want a challenge. We will return, just like the robot.