It is 1931 and you are onboard the famous trans-European Budapest Express with Karine Peaufiner, a famous French detective from Paris. You are traveling to Budapest and are reviewing case notes in your cabin with Karine and your colleagues. Suddenly there is a knock at the door, it is the train manager. He looks worried and asks you to come quickly to the First Class dining coach. When you arrive, you see a man slumped over a restaurant table. He was Sir Clarence Hayden and he has been murdered! The manager informs you that in one hour the train will stop at the next station, if the killer hasn’t been apprehended, they will be free to escape into the night and get away with this horrible crime! Solve the riddles and puzzles, gather the evidence and solve the murder before it’s too late! Do you have what it takes to find the killer before they find you? Time is of the essence!
Escape games are an incredibly popular form of entertainment. They are extremely fun, with exciting surprises at every turn. A group of 2-8 are locked in a themed room and you must work together and use your mental, physical and personal abilities to solve puzzles, decode clues and figure out how to escape within a 60-minute time period. Escape games have become a national phenomenon due to their broad range of appeal.
These games are both a cerebral work out and social experience that will have your family and friends buzzing even hours after your experience is complete.
Your entire experience will normally take approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes. The game itself can last up to 60 minutes, with a video briefing before your game starts, drinks and a photo after your game.
Please make sure to arrive at least 10 minutes prior to scheduled game start.
No special skills or knowledge are required to play the games, apart from a decent understanding of English.