Finally, a vacation! This year, you're going to an idyllic village in the mountains. Instead of driving, you decide to take the train this time. After a three hour delay, you arrive in your vacation rental, where you find various brochures for local events and attractions - including an impressive castle. The flyer looks quite amateur and self-printed, but you're a sucker for medieval castles! The next day, you get up and go to the castle. There's no ticket booth. No one else appears to be around. Well, at least you can explore the place in peace! You enter the castle and find yourself in a magnificent throne room. Suddenly the big, wooden door locks behind you and you realize that maybe (again) this was not such a good idea. The castle is full of mysteries. Only if you can solve all of the puzzles together in time will you escape. If not, your creepy host will probably never let you leave again.
Thames & Kosmos' Exit: The Game is a series of games for up to four players that offers a unique, unforgettable gaming experience. These games allow you to bring the excitement, intensity, and team spirit of an escape room to your living room.
In each Exit game, your team starts out locked in an imaginary room, or trapped somewhere. You must solve a series of riddles and puzzles in order to unlock doors and objects and to reveal new riddles. Each correct solution brings you to another riddle and eventually to freedom. The clock is ticking: You must solve all of the puzzles as fast as you can because the faster your team escapes the room, the more points you earn. There are hints to help you if you get stuck, but they will cost you points in the end. Exit: The Forbidden Castle Escape Room Home Game has a mystery knight castle theme and unique riddles that are thoughtfully integrated into the storyline. Every lock is associated with a puzzle. You must solve the puzzle to obtain a three-digit code, which is entered into a decoder disk to determine if it is correct. Get ready to test your creative problem-solving and logical-thinking skills. After the rule book gets you started, it’s up to your team to discover how the rooms look, what the clues are, how to decipher them, and how to escape. Can you crack the codes and manage to escape the room? Each game can be played only one time, because you markup, fold, and tear the game materials. It takes about 1-2 hours to play the game.