The argument behind Catalepsia by Horror Box couldn’t be more provocative: could you survive your own burial?
Definitely it is not a room for the general public since just a few people would accept the challenge of getting into a coffin but we have to admit the experience was well worth it. Oh yeah!
We went there with our stomachs in a knot since we didn’t know what emotions we would have when entering the coffin. According to what they told us there are quite a few players that get overwhelmed during the play because they cannot beat the claustrophobia on that moment and end up giving up before the end.
Actually, one of us (this is a game to play in couples) had to take a deep breath to avoid getting in panic mode and resist. In summary, you are going to live a very VERY extreme experience.
The games are very well integrated with the theme of the ‘room’ and we cannot say anything else in order not to spoil any surprise but overall we thought it was super original.
By the way, it is worth mentioning that there is no padlock, so extra point for their creativity. The game master, David, played an excellent role, and when we finished he spent some good time chatting with us.
If you are looking for something radically different and you have the guts this is your room. Ultra recommended.
Do you know the sandwich they give you after parachute jumping or bungee jumping? Catalepsia would be like that meal.
- The themed enigmas.
- Not suitable for everyone.
If you manage to escape from Catalepsia you can complete your plan as follows:
Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret 211, Barcelona
Fondues and raclettes made with high quality ingredients in a welcoming Swiss restaurant. Very kind service in a warm environment. The price is a bit too high but that is due to the quality of the raw materials.
Carrer de la Indústria 314, Barcelona
Big Galician seafood restaurant that serve daily menu and a wide selection of fish. They also offer paellas and barbecues. Very good service and plentiful dishes. Ideal for big groups.