Tick tock, tick tock, you have only 90 minutes left to prevent Boom Escape‘s bomb from going off! Will you be able to decipher all the enigmas that the Army, Navy and Air Force of the enemy has placed in those two containers?
Our idea was to play at Scaparium Vilanova their room Frankie Resurrection. The game master convinced us to also play Boom Escape. We had nothing to lose cuz we had time before lunch, and we loved it! It may seem like 90 minutes is too long but the enigmas are quite difficult (especially if you choose to play the difficult version).
The decoration of the room is simple but effective, the lighting and sound effects manage to put you in situation. But the real lead of the room is the bomb you have to defuse, and it’s very well done. There’s nothing to envy about the devices you’ve seen a thousand times on TV or on the big screen.
All the puzzles and riddles you’ll have to solve are in one of the two boxes so there’s no need to waste time searching around the room. The enigmas are quite original and require a lot of logic and observation to solve them. As we have already said, they are difficult and at first we got stuck for a while, but then everything started to flow little by little.
If you want to feel the adrenaline of the bomb squad when they deactivate an explosive, don’t think about it any more and sign up for this game. By the way, there are several rooms all over Spain where you can play Boom Escape, so there are no excuses!
- Deactivating a bomb like in the movies!
- The (difficult) puzzles.
- It’s easy to get stuck at first.
And if you manage to defuse the bomb from going off you can complete your plan as follows:
Carrer dels Terrissaires 15, Vilanova i la Geltrú
Excellent home-cooked food in a restaurant decorated vintage with great taste. We recommend grilled meat and herring which, as the Catalan name suggests, is the star dish of this rather small place.
Av. de Jaume Balmes 20, Vilanova i la Geltrú
Homemade desserts and pastries, the ring-shaped cakes are spectacular. They also serve sandwiches and coffees, but what truly stole our hearts was the chocolate croissant. Really delicious!