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ARE YOU GOOD ENOUGH TO ESCAPE OUR ROOMS?
We have four fascinating escape rooms for you to choose from. Each with it’s own difficulty level. If you are new to us, we are happy to offer advice on which room to try first. Can you escape them all?
Janner’s mum and the stolen art
Mich (Janner) Hawkins is a notorious art forger and collector of valuable oil paintings. Your brief is to enter his mother’s house where he has a hidden studio and retrieve what is thought to be an original, stolen Picasso painting.
You have been captured by insurgents whilst investigating allegations of chemical weapon stocks within the eastern territories during the cold war.
A double agent has left you clues that could lead to your escape…
Step into an intoxicating world of bizzareness. Can you make your way out in under 60 minutes? Can you make head or tale of up or down? This fun, crazy game will be sure to test your wits but bamboozle your senses as it does.
Who can play? Anyone! Step away from family trips to the cinema, we dare you to lock yourselves in this room for 60 minutes. Help Granny find the key, watch Dad falter over cracking combination codes – it’s all fun and games… until someone gets locked in!
Cast aside the benches and rope; this is a modern way of team building in Plymouth. Working together to find clues and solve puzzles to release you and your team. Note: it’s much better if there is more than one team, because after all, getting in a quicker time than the IT department is always so satisfying!
Your friend Cid was playing poker in the back room of the Ring O Bells. He has lost £2K and accused the other players of cheating. These guys aren’t to be messed with and have gagged and bound Cid and locked him in the cupboard.
You have one hour to find Cid and rescue him before these gangsters return to dispose of him !
We do not recommend that you should attempt this game, until completing at least 2 of our other games.
A 4-8 person challenge. Initial segregation into single cells. Individuals are required to use their clear descriptive skills of communication and gain unification into pairs then finally unite as a team to forge their break to freedom.