In this room we will be prisoners in a gloomy medieval dungeon, we must get out before the executioners come back to torture us.
The intro done by the game master didn’t manage to get us into the story, fortunately the atmosphere put us soon in situation. The decoration of the room is very good, as often is the case with all the games by Maximum Escape.
The enigmas in general are well integrated into the game and the development is fluid. However there are a couple of enigmas that don’t fit well with the theme and that make the experience not completely satisfactory.
Once you get out of The Dungeon you end up with the bittersweet sensation of having been in an immersive and very well themed room which however lacks a bit of love.
This escape room is like a soufflé, it looks fantastic and tastes nice but when you bite it, it gets deflated.
- The atmosphere.
- You can play in multiple languages: Spanish, English and Russian.
- The introduction.
If you manage to escape from The Dungeon you can complete your plan as follows:
Carrer Roger de Llúria 6, Barcelona
Lifelong restaurant where you can enjoy classic tapas right in the heart of the city of Barcelona. A wide range of croquettes (some are even sweet) as well as their cold cuts stand out.
It is usually full, so we recommend booking in advance.
Pirineu en boca
Carrer Girona 17, Barcelona
As its name suggests (it could be translated as “Pyrenees in mouth”), this restaurant brings a little piece of the Pyrenees to Barcelona. The decor is a little hipster but nice. It is a mixture of a butcher shop and a restaurant revolving around the Pyrenean meat. We tried the large grill to share and the eco meat was amazing. The special local beers are excellent too. The croquettes are finger-licking.