This room was our second room. Even if the pitch is average, because in a corridor in front of the room with people passing by, the basic explanation of what an escape is, how the padlocks work and that we have to communicate with each other... everything is there, but no more.
The strong point of this room is the decoration which is really well done and realistic. Here again the room was imported as such from Budapest. So we enter the beautiful offices of Don Francesco (our godfather, I remind you) and we enjoy rummaging through his things in subdued light. Office, library, notebook, walls, floors, furniture, carpets, paintings, fireplace, even the flowers are combed through by us. The excavation has an important part in this sign and what will serve us is superbly well integrated in the decor. We progress thanks to logical and well-crafted enigmas of various levels. It's a good room on the whole, classic, but I think it feels good to get back to the basics that work well. (No, that's not why you'll be confronted with a lot of locks). We come out happy to have saved Don Francesco.
The DOJ quickly debriefed with us while we started to tidy up... and it feels strange not to say that it bothers us and when you think about it you also remember that when we rang for help we had to explain to the DOJ what we had already done and what not.
All in all, it's a good, fun, beautiful and well thought out room. There were 5 of us, I think 4 would have been more than enough.
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+ We enjoyed +
the beautiful room, neat and tidy
the many and varied logical puzzles
- We didn't like -
the MJ that doesn't follow your progress and tidies up during debriefing