Looking for a new way to spend time? Had enough of going to the movies or karaoke? Not impressed with restaurants and clubs anymore? Then gather up to six of your closest friends and book an escape room!
This is a difficult room! I know quite a few people who have tried it in smaller groups and not managed to escape. We did, but only just! Some of the puzzles are very creative and the "special quirk" related to the escape game taking place in an elevator is very good.Will
Not a very inspiring escape game, especially compared to the others on offer at Clue HQ. The lights are dim, in an effort to hide the poor stylings of the room, and some of the puzzles are bonkers in a bad way. I did like the story though, and think if the room was made bigger and some padlocks taken away (for a larger variety of puzzles), it'd be much improved.Will
I really enjoyed Captain Riddle's escape room, though not all of my group were convinced. When the game... "expands" is definitely when it improves, but I enjoyed the time up to that point as well.Will
Would love to give a review on this place however the £44 gift voucher I purchased had expired. Understand that there are terms and conditions but would it be that much of an issue to honour the voucher on this occasion or even to sympathise and offer some kind of deal. The company just flatly refused to offer me anything. FantasticMatthew postans
Having played a lot of escape rooms I have to say this room is a cut above the rest. I don't want to say too much but the game flow is really well thought out and the immersive theming has been done to a high standard.Alison
If you like escape games and are in the Birmingham area I would definitely recommend Escape Time.
Seriously, this is winning. You go in thinking it'll be a bit of fun. Then you get into it and start sweating like a beast as you watch the clock tick down. Completed with less than a second to spare. The last 10 seconds were more tense than the end of Crimson Tide!Harry