Odins magischer Thron

  • ⭐️ 5.8/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 60 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 6 Person

Another adventure through the realm of the Norse gods. This time, we’re to collect Gungnir, the spear of Odin. It won’t be an easy task, and as several puzzles block our progress. All we need to do is make sense of his godly array of friends.

While I’m not positive what atmosphere was sought, I felt as though I was somewhere else. The room had a feeling to it, and I appreciate that. Though the electric socket puzzle felt but of place. The rest of the decoration fit together, providing a suitable ambience.

This room had some nice puzzles, even if we did hit an annoying block on the first puzzle. Though unfortunate that the puzzles were somewhat linear, I felt all four of us remained active. And the large table puzzle was one of the few I’ve seen where the whole group can work together.

Like the provider’s other rooms, there were not many puzzles. I think this one has the most to do of the three we played.

Odin’s Throne is a decent room. A good selection of puzzles and enough to do. Perhaps a few nagging points, but still fun overall.

I should mention the public booking system. You can reserve a spot and be matched with other people, up to 6. Maybe it’s okay to play with strangers, but these rooms should not be played with more than 3-4 people.

Edaqa Mortoray

Edaqa Mortoray

I'm a junior team member, powered entirely by vegetables, and with roughly 125 rooms played. I design my own online escape games at Edaqa's Room: https://edaqasroom.com/