Eight people is a reasonable amount of players for escape rooms. Everyone will find something to do: strategizing, taking charge, searching for clues, solving puzzles, cheering the team on, counting down the minutes, wandering from room to room or chatting up the game master. Book one of the rooms in London and find out what will your contribution be!
Just tried the new game ‘ Underground 2099. It was a really good and fun experience for me and my friends. We loved King Rat!! We did the Lost Passenger game a few weeks back and this definitely lived up to it!Samantha
Myself and my companions tried out mission breakouts latest offering, the futuristic "Underground 2099". The room was a triumph of design, creativity and craft. That, combined with some simply awesome gamemastering from our hosts, resulted in an all-time London experience. If you're pondering whether or not to give it a go, all I can say is DO IT! Bahaddin and Jimmy (our handsome hosts for the evening), you absolutely rock!Desmond
This was one of the best escape rooms we have been to. The setting, in the old underground station, was brilliant (although not one for the claustrophobes!) and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The 'puzzle' was not the most exciting I have solved, but it was still worth 5 stars for the atmosphere and the excellence of the staff.Martyn
Fab. Played for our 8 year's birthday party. Mega hit with kids !Lisa
One of the better escape games to print at home. Super fun. Our boys loved it and the video countdown was a nice touch the make it more fun. Would definitely recommend this for kids under 12 working as a team.Max + 3 kids
Really recommend. We had a great time with this escape game. Our kids loved it (7y and 9y) : puzzles were varied , storytelling super fun throughout and the setup faster than indicated.Donna P.