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Breakout Liverpool Review

Since I was a child I loved watching the crystal maze and always fancied having a go, I mean who didn’t? When I seen Breakout Liverpool all over Facebook I got a bit excited and thought now is the time I have been waiting for to do my version of the crystal maze. Then I was given the chance by Breakout Liverpool to try one of there rooms with my friends. We studied the different rooms and finally picked Facility,

“You arrive at an unknown location for a once in a lifetime opportunity; a conference held by the critically acclaimed, Dr. Andrews. His work is widely known throughout the research circles, but he has remained hidden in the shadows for years. What you don’t know, is that Dr. Andrews has gone mad, creating a string of tests that have gone disastrously wrong. He has brought you here for his final experiment. You have one hour to escape his maze of tricks and games, before a deadly virus kills you all”

When we arrived at Breakout Liverpool we still didn’t know what to expect but I think that all adds to the overall experience, in my opinion not knowing anything about the room or how it works makes you work that bit harder to “Escape”.

We were greeted by Sophie who went through how it works and explained all the rules etc. Then we entered the room. I don’t really want to spoil it for anyone who wants to go in the future but what I will say is that it tests your mind and gets your brain working.

We managed to break out with 35 seconds to spare, phew! and our room was difficulty level 4/5. But there is one that is 5/5 and some over easier ones but I’m not sure how easy they are. I would recommend this to anyone and its a great alternative to a night out drinking if you are looking for something a bit different. We have already got our next one planned and really want to try all 6 rooms.

If you do decide to go I would love to see your pictures and how you got on, tweet me at @themummydiarie3

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7 thoughts on “Breakout Liverpool Review

  1. This sounds like such a fun activity to do with friends, definitely makes a change from a night out. I think we have a Breakout down here in Plymouth, I might have to look into it now! Thank you for linking to #bigpinklink x


  2. I think I'd hate this. I'd get too spooked, and get stressed about not knowing what we could do to get out. It's certainly something different. #ablogginggoodtime


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