Triangle des Bermudes
The last Escape Game of our trip through French-speaking Switzerland was once again a surprise in a positive sense.
The Escape Centre in Morges, like several other providers in this part of Switzerland, belongs to the Escape World chain and currently offers a choice of three different themed rooms. Inca, Braquage (90′) and Triangle des Bermudes. The latter game sounded the most exciting to us.
We were teleported back in time, more specifically to Captain Balam’s ship, an hour before it disappeared into the infamous Bermuda Triangle. Our task was to reconstruct what happened and to find out the 7 places the ship passed on its route in order to locate its last position as best as possible. On board were presumably two very valuable artefacts.
The ship is made entirely of wood. It is spacious, has a considerable number of chambers (it is easy to get lost here) with partially very interesting mechanical transitions. There are a number of thematic puzzles, some of them quite tricky, most of which can be solved in parallel. Five of us played and we were all well occupied.The fact that the ship looked relatively new, considering that it dates back to 1696, did not detract from the fun of the game.
For me, it was a nice end to a successful Escape Travels to a part of Switzerland that was still unknown to me. Thanks again to my super nice Swiss teammates for the whole organisation.