1684 Barrington Street, Suite 400, Halifax, Nova Scotia ()
4th floor of the St. Paul's Building
My husband and I traveled up from Moncton. Our favorites were 1943 and Citadel Hill, mainly due to the historical elements to them. The puzzles were well thought out and required just enough of a logic leap to make you feel accomplished when you solved them, but not frustrated trying to figure them out. My only complaints are that the maximum number of players per room is too high, mainly due to the smaller size of the rooms; and there's an overuse of red herrings. Highly recommend trying this place out!Sarah
It's 1943 in Halifax and you are a local police detective, frustrated that you can't go overseas to help with the war effort as you've been deemed an essential service here at home. Instead of being a hero on foreign soil, you've been spending your time breaking up bar brawls between soldiers, sailors, and merchant mariners.
Last night's round of fisticuffs was different; it resulted in the unfortunate death of a civilian. You've been tasked with investigating the victim's apartment but as you step through the door, you realize he was no average Haligonian. His secrets and tricks have left you locked in the apartment with only one way out.. to escape!