You are commissioners and have secretly gathered evidence against the corrupt executive team of the Presidium in order to unmask the traitors in your own house. You've already been threatened with dismissal, but you're continuing.
In an hour, a top-secret meeting between the bosses of police headquarters and the Berlin underworld begins. Can you secure enough evidence beforehand and let the plot go off?
The exciting detective story in the film noir style is suitable for ages 16 and up and consists of several rooms that you break into during the game. 2 to 6 people can take the trip together to the twenties.
The mission is perfect for anyone who wants to bring the Berlin of the Roaring Twenties to life and solve conspiracies.
The prices vary depending on the number of players and the day of the week you want to play. Depending on the mission, between 2 and 10 people can compete as a group.
Depending on the mission, 2 to 10 people can play in a team in our escape rooms. If you are more, simply split up and play two different missions at the same time or book Prison Island in battle mode. We recommend a group size of 4 to 6 people. VR missions can be played by groups of 2 to 4 people.
Monster Party is suitable for children over 6 years of age under adult supervision. All other missions are designed for adults, but can also be completed by young people aged 12 and over. Together with the family, younger children also enjoy themselves. Only Madhouse 101 is suitable for people aged 16 and over due to its content. Feel free to contact us if you would like advice!
All our missions are playable in English and German.
The difficulty is always perceived slightly differently by every player. We recommend Prison Island, Madhouse 101 and Admiral Kingdom if you're new to escape games. When it comes to VR missions, Huxley I, Huxley II and Escape the Lost Pyramid are beginner-friendly. Prince of Persia is suitable for advanced players. In principle, however, any room can be played by anyone - choosing the mission you find most exciting is best!
No. Once you've booked a room, it belongs exclusively to you, and you can focus on yourself and your mission.
In a virtual reality game, as the name suggests, you are in a virtual space. While conventional escape games involve analog puzzles, you completely immerse yourself in a video game using VR glasses. You hear and see each other as avatars and can interact with the virtual world and with each other via two controllers in your hands.
Our location itself is wheelchair accessible, as is the escape room Prison Island. Feel free to contact us before your visit so that we can advise you and prepare.
No problem. You simply divide yourselves into different rooms and play in parallel or battle mode. In total, we can welcome over 100 people in all escape games and VR missions. Feel free to inquire at email@example.com or by telephone at +49 (0) 30 - 20 84 99 07 0.
Escape rooms are ideal for school classes from the 8th grade onwards, as they train creativity and team spirit in a group. We are happy to open our doors in the morning for your school trip, even during the week. You can also play at a discounted rate! Feel free to send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes! Our Kids Escape Room Monster Party or the VR games Huxley are suitable for children. After your game, you can continue to party undisturbed in our birthday room. The birthday room is also suitable for adults. HERE You'll find out more.
Of course! Escape games promote cooperation, creativity and thinking around the corner. You can enjoy drinks or catering in our get-together area to round off your event. We also offer Team Reflection, where you analyse your experiences from the game under the guidance of a professional coach. HERE You can find out more.