Choose from 6 different games and rooms and play a 60-minute live team escape game in Cologne with 2-6 players. Enter a race against time with your teammates ... More info ›
Choose from 6 different games and rooms and play a 60-minute live team escape game in Cologne with 2-6 players. Enter a race against time with your teammates. Find hidden objects and hints, analyze riddles and solve puzzles for one goal: to escape the room! Make use of your mind, teamwork and ingenuity to uncover the mystery of the room.
Whether it is a special gathering with friends, team building with colleagues or even a first date, a live escape game is a unique group activity for those seeking an extra thrill during their Cologne visit. The 60-minute adventure begins after a short introduction by your group's personal game master. Accept the challenge of escaping from a real room within 60 minutes and discover hidden clues, solve riddles and become part of an unsolved mystery.
Mr. Nobody's first case
The curious journalist Mr. Nobody has mysteriously vanished. Why has the journalist disappeared off the face of the earth? Does it have to do with his most recent investigations? Whose trail was he on? And what does the encoding in his office have to do with all of this?
You are being passed a hint that the curator, Joe Parker, is hiding an invaluable treasure in his private gallery. How do you commit the perfect crime? How do you manage to escape notice and not to set off the alarm? And what kind of object does justify this crime?
The Blood Diamonds of Rabuun
Speculations have been going round that the director of the prestigious Parker & Sons bank harbors a dark secret. The Blood Diamonds of Rabuun are more than likely in his possession and would be the ultimate proof of his guilt.
Solve a murder - find a secured crime scene, suspects have already been interrogated but the investigators are facing a seemingly impossible case. Was it the perfect murder or will you discover things that have been hidden from others?
Tales of a Treasure Hunter
Marianne von Eigelstein is one of the most notorious treasure hunters of yesteryears. Presumably, she saw parts of the world which today are still declared as undiscovered. Although her stories always sound like pure adventures and her found treasures have become world famous, her trips were also marked by threats. Since her death a curse lasts on her estate. Rumor has it, it would be Marianne herself who finds no rest. Perhaps she went too deep in some cultures during her travels? Did she steal treasures that would have been better remained hidden?