The Chaak Temple

  • ⭐️ 9/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 70 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 5 Person

While I write this review, I am thinking of how lucky we were, that we got to play this game, as it closed its doors not a long time after that. I do not know if or when or where it will reopen, but if it does, I am sure many people that could not make it, are going to be happy about it.

To put this room into perspective, it has to be said that it is a game from Mad Mansion. In another review Heiner already spend some words about this company, but for those who have not read it, Mad Mansion is a company that produces games inspired by videogames. The company is well-known for producing high quality games. This one is clearly inspired by Tomb Raider and we were received by Lara Croft in the flesh.

Another temple game, you might say, well no, not another one. Definitely one of the best of the genre I have played. A fantastic set, a good variety of riddles and some nice surprises delighted us, making us the protagonists of a movie (or a videogame). All this accompanied by a nice story.

It is not a particularly hard room, given that clearly the focus is on the overall experience. In view of this I would advise against playing it with too many people, particularly if you are experienced, providing you ever get the chance.

Santiago Onel

Santiago Onel