Having never visited an 'escape room' my expectations were blown away with what can only be described as a videogame come to life.
Think of Uncharted, Lara Croft, a Half Life of sorts (taking out the endless waves of grunts of course and theatrical roly polys) and you're part way to understanding the type of puzzle, adventure you're about to embark on.
With only the most subtle hints your mind's left wandering as to the possibilities of the room and once you realise every reveal, every door opening, closing or secret area is automatically controlled by a computer, you start to open your mind.
What if I put this object here? Or if I push this button? What if we fail to escape within the alloted one hour?!
A great evening with lots of laughter and amazement. Will be revisiting when the Submarine and the space adventure own up.