HOLMES VS MORIARTY
SHERLOCK NEEDS YOU TO SNEAK INTO MORIARTY’S LAIR AND STOP HIM. CAN YOU HELP HIM?
- Type of game: ESCAPE ROOM.
- Duration: 60 minutes.
- Difficulty: Hard.
- Age: From 12 years (minors accompanied of adults).
- Players: From 2 to 5.
- Language: Available game in Spanish and English.
- Price: 70,00€/group.
- Location: Calle Predicadores, 79 – Zaragoza.
Our dear friend Sherlock Holmes has gathered us, the Baker Street Irregulars, to help him in a mission against his enemy, Professor James Moriarty. Holmes has the certainty that he has planned to cause a war in Europe, so that is the reason why he has called us: to investigate where Moriarty is hiding, and where his next action will take place.
This escape room is a spin-off from the film Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Our detective finds something of vital importance and gives it to the Baker Street Irregulars, a group of orphans who help Holmes in his investigations, getting clues or useful information he can manage.
We are the ones who have to sneak into Moriarty's lair and successfully overcome the challenges we will find in our way to bring Sherlock Holmes the evidences he need to incriminate him.
The Baker Street Irregulars are a group from 2 to 5 people that have to test their abilities. In Holmes Vs Moriarty, imagination and manual skills are important, because during the game they have to be aware to succeed in getting out from Moriarty's secret lair. Cooperation, distribution of tasks, deduction and team work are, without any doubt, skills you will have to bring into play.
We have a little time to get all the clues, the changing of the guard is really close and minutes go away, only 60 minutes to find the unknown documents before it is too late.
Holmes Vs Moriarty is a leisure activity for all the family. It is fine for adults and kids from 8 years old upwards accompanied by an adult, because they need a good reading comprehension and deduction capacity. However, as there isn't anything that could scare the youngest ones, they can participate helping to search for things in the room, always accompanied by adults.