The lost treasure - escape room in Berlin, Germany
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The lost treasure

An escape room in Berlin, Germany
EN
This room is available in english.

Room information:

Address: Ruschestraße 64-66 / 10365 Berlin - Lichtenberg, Berlin, Germany
E-mail: info@the-room-berlin.com
Website: http://www.the-room-berlin.com/en/the-room
Company: The room Berlin
2 - 5
Number of people
35 EUR per person
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  1. Reply Renee Johnson 5th July 2017 at 12:08 am
    4.75
    Puzzles
    100
    Design
    100
    Atmosphere
    100
    Fun for money
    80

    I completed this room with my husband and 3 children, and it was an incredible experience. This room is very unique, and definitely not for the claustrophobic or obese, but perfectly suited to wannabe Indiana Jones, cavers and tunnel lovers – also perfect for families/ children.
    The room and puzzle design is incredible, a highly immersive experience which strongly follows the storyline. It is also very unique in design and theme.
    The puzzles are very straightforward and linear. We always felt as if we knew what to do next/ with each puzzle, however most are fairly manual, and require memory, teamwork or dexterity to solve, so are very difficult to finish quickly. As a large group we found that one or two people were occupied at a time while the others sat down, as the game is very linear I would suggest it may be best for groups of 2 – 3 rather than large groups.
    There is an automatic system (I think it was automatic) which gives ‘hints’ in the form of reading a diary, which we found little annoying at times, as we really didnt want hints, and usually knew what to do anyway. As such I think this room has plenty to keep both beginners and experienced players entertained.
    There is a great reception, with friendly and knowledgeable staff, and plenty of logic puzzles and candy to keep everyone entertained while you wait. Definitely one of the top providers in Berlin in every aspect.

    + PROS: Amazing and unique design Linear puzzles Immaculate integration of design, puzzles and storyline Great reception, helpful and friendly staff Free candy
    - CONS: Very small spaces - lots of them Automatic system which gives hints throughout

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