Proyecto Target was one of the pioneers of the industry in Barcelona. It is advertised as a macro escape room due to the size of its facilities: almost 160 square meters.
To be honest, we think there was too much space and some rooms were a bit empty, but it’s true that if it had been full of objects we would have needed an hour and a half or even two to complete the game.
Even though they give you a mission to start with, during the game you get the feeling that there is no story behind it. In the end, though, everything makes some sense. As there are no clues about the story of the game on their website we can’t say anything or we would spoil the surprise.
The variety of puzzles and riddles makes Proyecto Target an ideal room for those who are just beginning to discover this world. In this case we recommend to go in a group of at least 4 people, otherwise it can be a little difficult.
Proyecto Target would be the equivalent of an informal and simple restaurant where an innovative dish that became famous there got successfully replicated and improved in other establishments.
- Amount of enigmas
- The square meters.
- It got a bit old fashioned.
- Disconnected rooms.
- The plot is not revealed until the end
If you manage to escape from Proyecto Target you can complete your plan as follows:
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