7 Jun 2015
As I've stated in my check-in you'll need at least a few of the following people in your group in order to win: Sherlock Holmes, Watson, Stephen Hawking, Marilyn vos Savant, and/or Andrew Wiles.
That's how mindlessly ignorant and stupid I felt after they revealed the answers at the end.
The object of each and every game is to solve the puzzles in order to unlock you out of the room in the 60 minutes allotted. Sounds a bit like the horror movie Saw, but I promise you, no heads will roll, only egos, if you don't escape.
Granted, I'm not the brightest crayon in the box; hence my only usefulness in these games has been the word puzzles, occasional art or visual puzzles, and tearing up the room in The Great Escape to find the clues.
Break open stuff to find clues? Heck, my brother and I are pros at breaking stuff open! Hence, that game was favorite out of the three I've played so far.
Each and every time the great revealed occurred I was like, hmm, that seems like a little bit like a stretch but okay.
Yet, when we played the Warehouse game for my birthday, we were like, wow the leap from the final puzzle to answer for the auction item was as wide as the Grand Canyon.
Talk about thinking outside the box! You would have to think outside of the room that the box was in, in the imaginary mind of that savant in order to figure that one out.
I love these games!