The script of Breaking Palafolls was written by the makers of “Kidnapped in Barcelona”. This gives us an idea of what to expect. Again, it’s not so much the puzzling that is in the foreground, but the experience as such and of course a lot of action.
Crazy Dog, the drug boss, who is of the firm conviction that we are well versed in this profession, takes care of the latter. And he doesn’t leave us in any doubt about what will happen to us if the quality of the product we’re supposed to “cook” for him doesn’t meet his expectations.
And so, despite our poor knowledge of chemistry, we try to give the impression that we know what we are doing.
A varied escape game that is characterized by the interaction with Crazy Dog, who lives up to his name, and (even in English) has played his role with conviction and passion. That’s remarkable in that we were the first English-speaking group to get lost here and involuntarily take part in this very special “cooking course”.
It was a lot of fun to improvise and to walk together through this emotional roller coaster. I laughed a lot.
Breaking Palafolls can be played best by three or four people.