Tag Archives: archaeology

No Exit: The Tomb of the Pharaoh

Bolton, Apr 2019

Rated 2 out of 5
Squeezing in a quick extra escape room in Bolton my choices were limited. No Exit purchase their game designs, and I’d played three of their four games at other venues, so Tomb of the Pharaoh was the only option. The friendly gamemaster gave us their… (more)

Clue Finders: The Tomb

Liverpool, Sep 2018

Rated 4 out of 5
The second room at Clue Finders is Egyptian themed, and has you in search of a secret tomb. I was a little cast down to find that we’d entered a room decorated as a study rather than anything more ancient in appearance, but the game has secrets to un… (more)

Clue HQ: The Betrayal of Cluetankhamun

Wirral, Sep 2018

Rated 3.5 out of 5
Two of the many things I’ve learned from escape games are: if you enter an ancient tomb it’s certain to be trapped and/or cursed; and any such trap or curse will take precisely sixty minutes to take effect. Clue HQ’s Egyptian theme is one of their mo… (more)

Get Out: The Curse of Horus

Lille, Jun 2018

Rated 4 out of 5
Compulsively looking for another game to squeeze into our schedule before heading back to the U.K., we found Get Out happy to find us a slot at short notice, and also friendly about advising us on which of their five rooms we should play. On their re… (more)