Room: In Memoriam
Location: The Enigma Room, Suite 602, Level 6, 262 Pitt Street
Cost: $37 per person for 3 players
Escaped: Yes, with time to spare
Overall rating: 37/40
A truly memorable room that’s a lot of fun to play with some fantastic puzzles. Continue reading “The Enigma Room – In Memoriam”
Room: Sabotage the Enigma
Location: Second Telling Missions, 397 King St, Newtown
Cost: $39.50 per player
Escaped: Yes, but we needed extra time
Overall rating: 40/40
A unique, interactive escape room that is as fun as it is challenging. Continue reading “Second Telling Missions – Sabotage the Enigma”
Room: Art Heist
Location: 404 New Canterbury Road, Dulwich Hill
Cost: From $40.50 per person
Objective achieved: No, but we were close!
Overall rating: 40/40
Do you have what it takes to steal a priceless work of art from underneath guards’ noses? Continue reading “Jetpack Theatre -Art Heist”
Using the latest in location-aware technology & augmented reality, you’ll have to solve the clues & track the killer… before he catches you.
A serial killer is loose on the City Streets – and they are picking off seemingly unconnected victims at random.
You’ve got to use the existing case files, your instincts and whatever clues you can find to connect the victims and identify the killer.
Ripper is apparently the world’s first AR escape room experience. They’re running one-day only events in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide for a maximum of 250 people. The website isn’t particularly clear, but they have a FAQ with more information here and Melbourne tickets are onsale here at a cost of $100 per person. Sydney tickets go onsale tomorrow and you can sign up to the waitlist now.
Although the tickets are quite expensive, I’m definitely booking mine tomorrow! I love the idea of using AR to enhance an escape room activity, and having to identify the killer before they find me is equal parts terrifying and exciting! Once the killer gets within ten metres of you your game is over, so there’s a real sense of danger and urgency that isn’t present in a traditional escape room.
Are you planning to check it out? Have you done something similar before? Think it’s a terrible idea and nothing will ever beat a traditional escape room? Let me know.