Lilith’s Doll Shop

  • ⭐️ 8.3/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 60 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 5 Person

After successfully exiting the temple, it was time to investigate the mysterious things that were going in a toy store. As in the other room, the set is very well made. Also, here the puzzles were enough to do but also manageable. We played, like in the previous room with three and for experienced groups it is a nice number. This room is a really good way of starting into the horror rooms for people beginning into that genre. Also, because the introduction is done in a rather classical way and not being directly immersed into fear, as it happens in stronger horror rooms.

The room offers also the possibility of playing a “light” version without the scares, but I think the fear level of the normal version is quite manageable. It depends of course to what you compare it too. In Northern Spain there are not so many horror rooms compared to Barcelona and surroundings, so it is a very good option for those looking for a medium level of fear.

The puzzles were also good, although one of them I found it to be way too lengthy and could have worked better in a shorter version. Due to this puzzle and other riddles, which require reading, the room contrary to Harrison Jones is only available in Spanish, but having one Spanish speaker in the group is enough.

To sum up, both of the rooms we played in Escape Mania were really solid games, definitely above the average and more so taking into account the price. We are looking forward to play their newest game, which is a spaceship themed one in our next trip to the North.

Santiago Onel

Santiago Onel