Escape Hunt Brussels: Intrusion at the Japanese Tower

Escape Hunt Brussels: Intrusion ร  la Tour Japonaise

By | August 10, 2022

by Escape Hunt Brussels (website)

Rue de Livourne 13/15, 1060 Bruxelles


2-5 players

Languages: EN, NL, FR

60 minutes

2 copies
The architect of the Japanese Tower in Laeken Park is ripped. His architectural wonder was designed as a temple and is now being used as a museum ! In protest, he has stolen numerous valuable artefacts from the museum and hidden them within the structure of the tower. As detectives, you have 60-minutes to find them before the museum reopens.
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Rated 2 out of 5

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Jen Wells (Get Wells Soon) expert rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5
Team size: 2 Outcome: Successful escape!

We've come to expect some pretty standard Escape Hunt tropes - lack of padlocks, for one - and this game was no different in lots of ways. What was a little different about this room, however, was one particular special effect that was genuinely impressive and atmospheric. The room itself is good fun and there were a couple of puzzles we really enjoyed. There are really clear signifiers when you've successfully completed a puzzle, which is needed. Nothing wrong with this room at all and we enjoyed it but it's not particularly special. Saying that, our host was absolutely delightful and we felt incredibly welcome.

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