Gustav Eiffel – View to die for

  • ⭐️ 9/10
  • 🌡 Difficult
  • ⏳ 80 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 5 Person

This suspenseful thriller catapults us back to the year 1923. Our good friend Gustave Eiffel has ordered us to Paris to talk to us about the latest events, which apparently have made him very excited. While we are waiting for him in his office amongst all the models and blueprints, we suddenly witness a violent argument in the next room, which becomes more and more heated, until suddenly shots are fired. What happened?

Second stop of our Escapepolis-Triathlon. In terms of puzzles, Gustav Eiffel is undoubtedly the most demanding of the three new rooms, from Escapepolis in Galatsi. Here the involuntary amateur detectives investigate a sensational criminal case in the midst of a beautiful backdrop. A view to die for, as is aptly called in the subtitle. However, there is no time to enjoy the macabre view, because the danger is not over yet!

Storytelling, immersion, a magnificent set, moments of surprise and intelligent puzzles. What more could you want?
For the best gameplay experience I’d recommend a team of 3-4 (vertigo free) detectives.

Heiner Stepen

Heiner Stepen