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Languages: EN, NL
You may enter any given moment…
But you cannot leave until you finished her game!
It is November 19, 1971 when Doctor Dan Kowalski opens the door to his practice. It is Quiet.. the wooden floor cracks while he walks upon his desk. When he is about to sit down.. a voice speaks….
Suddenly Dan finds himself in a thrilling and compelling game that will take the utmost of him…
based on ratings from 10 users
combined with 3 pro reviews
All I can say is WOW. Absolutely incredible, from start to finish it was perfection, so many twists, every room had us in awe of what could be achieved in an escape room. The room is very story-driven, and captivating throughout, and the puzzles are beautifully woven into the theme. Nothing felt out of place or jarring, it was engineered perfectly. I cannot recommend this room enough!
Lucky enough to have access to the owner after the room. So much heart and soul invested in the room. Has a lot of pride in what he does.
The room is excellent in terms of design and use of puzzles. Many surprises. Great ending too.
So many aspects of this game set it apart from the average game but it is how they all tie beautifully together that recommends this as the gold standard of escape rooms.
Talking to the owner (and designer and builder...), it was so evident how vital the storytelling is to the game and that comes across in the flawless gameplay. Puzzles are logical and well thought through, with the same emphasis on storytelling that is delivered by the setting, which - at times - had us utterly amazed.
This is definitely a creepy, unnerving game but I didn't want it to end because it really is that good.
This is one not to be missed. Just brilliant.
Best escape Room in the World! Love it!
Reviews by escape room review sites
10/10 for puzzles, 10/10 for set, and 19/10 for story. Molly’s Game begins with a visually amazing lobby, and a very enthusiastic greeting. After a brief introduction, we were led into the room where we had to break into a doctor’s office under the invitation of the mysterious and enigmatic “Molly”. Who is Molly? Well that was for us to find out. Molly’s Game is slightly Stranger Things themed – but only slightly, you don’t really need to have seen the TV show to understand it, I think it’s more just “set within the same thematic universe” which is pretty cool.