Chambers of Secrets – The Classroom

The Classroom

ROOM TEST (right before opening for clients)
Fury team: Dimitar SmilyanovGeorgi GeorgievJordan DanchevVasil JoskovNadezhda Danabasheva
Date: April 17, 2016
Our time: 65:10 minutes

End of the school year, but for Fury, back to the first grade.
After the Plovdiv Tour 2016, we were supposed to take some rest for a while, but the Chambers of secrets surprised us with an invitation to test their second “Classroom” room. For us, escape room number 55.
To escape school took me 11 years, this time it turned out to be shorter, and we got out in 65:10 minutes.
Our hosts have changed their style a little. In their first room, we enjoyed a lot of puzzles, a logical approach, and though they were relying on teams just like ours, who could see beyond the interior and appreciate the gameplay. Their second room relies more on the mainstream. It feels familiar, fewer puzzles in general, but more complex and on a few levels. More “storyline” lines.
I will not hide it, I have never been a good student, and when it comes to academic knowledge, I surrender easily. If I have to multiply numbers to this day, I have to think about it hard upfront, especially numbers 7 and 8. But fear not, the teacher is friendly and doesn’t require you to return to second grade, she only wants you to be observant. Hints are everywhere, as long as you can figure them out.
We had some friendly advice for the owners. I hope we helped at least a little bit.

P.S. The exit puzzle is absolutely fantastic, honestly 🙂
P.P.S. And there are no bubblegums stuck under the desks, what school is this 😀

Our photo 🙂
Chambers of secrets rooms are now closed