Captivate: Labyrinth Dead Men Walking [Review]

cativatelogoLocation: Captivate, Singapore Shopping Centre (Dhoby Ghaut MRT), Singapore

Date completed:  September 2016 (2 players). Succeeded escaping!

Creativity: 7; Difficulty: 7; Atmosphere: 6; Fun: 7.

Requirements:

  • Basic English
  • One player not colour blind
  • 75 minute-room
  • 2-10 players (we recommend 3-6)

You are hired by the Chief of Police to go undercover as an inmate at the Wessex Prison to try to discover why death Row inmates are disappearing from the morgue after their execution. Gruesome stuff, right? It gets worse. Whoever is doing it finds out that you are a snitch, and brings YOUR execution forward. You have one hour to unravel the mystery before all your investigation (and your life!) goes to the bin.

Captivate’s Labyrinth Dead Man Walking is probably the most spacious escape room we’ve been to date and can easily accommodate 10 people, which can be good for parties. The game, however, is not hard and can be solved with two people. Independently of the number of players, you all start the cuffed in a very awkward way, and finding out how to walk around is the first step to your freedom.

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Captivate: FBI Zero Hour [Review]

cativatelogoLocation: Captivate, Singapore Shopping Centre (Dhoby Ghaut MTR), Singapore

Date completed:  September 2016 (2 players). Succeeded escaping!

Creativity: 8.5; Difficulty: 7.5; Atmosphere: 8; Fun: 8.5.

Requirements:

  • Basic English
  • Full mobility
  • One player not colour blind
  • 75 minute-room
  • 2-12 players (we recommend 3-6)

In this very surprising escape room, you work for an FBI anti-terror squad and must enter a school which is under a bomb threat. A genius mastermind stole dangerous chemicals and intends to blow up the entire place! Not many rooms in Singapore develop characters and stories, but FBI Zero Hour presented a very singular “enemy” for us to fight against, with an unexpected background!

We began our game in a normal classroom, where we should gather evidence and track the culprit. But there is much more in a classroom than books and computers… What happens if we look into people’s past instead of inside their bags?

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