Dead Bride

  • ⭐️ 8.3/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 100 Minutes
  • 👥 3 – 6 Person

We had already planned Dead Bride for our first trip to Athens, but unfortunately we missed the 3rd player at that time.

Kisa and Lyov’s invited us to their wedding. As we stand in front of their front door, a bad feeling creeps up on us. It’s much too quiet!

Something is wrong here. Without knowing what awaits us, we enter the apartment and gradually become witnesses of an indescribable drama.

The apartment is relatively large. I felt like I even lost some orientation during the course of the game as we were working our way from room to room.

Dead Bride is an Escape Game (in the truest sense of the word) with a high scare factor and has, as you can already guess, relatively many frightening moments.

I really liked the acting and especially the costumes. The make-up artist also did a good job. The final was spectacular.

What I didn’t like at all is that we only got two small tea lights as light sources that had to be pressed all the time to make them shine. That’s just too little for four people. Especially if you have to solve puzzles or search for things. So two out of four people are taken out of the game and get frustrated. You should really change that.

Apart from that, it was a cool experience.

Heiner Stepen

Heiner Stepen