Turners Hill Road, Turners Hill, RH10 4PE
The SpellCraft twins, Evilinda & Spellinda, two witches, two paths, two shops, two worlds, two journeys, their two magical worlds collide, and you find yourself in the middle of their story.
SpellCraft will take you on a magical adventure, you'll need to work together, but in the end there's always a battle, will you escape and who will win?
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Everything about this room was just so cool! One element in particular really took me by surprise and is one of my all time escape room highlights. All the puzzles were really fitting with the theme and it truely felt like an adventure. Our host Michelle was superb and even showed us the behind the scenes control room afterwards! Fascinating to play and then see how it all works.
What a beautiful room!
This game is set across a large space and pitches your team against each other on a couple of light hearted occasions.
The puzzles were nice with a good level of challenge at times.
Our host was lovely, she really set the scene and made us all at ease from the very start.
This is a great game for families as I'm sure kids would be in awe at the magic and mystery in this game.
It's Tulleys so obviously the set was absolutely amazing. This was actually my least favourite of their rooms from a puzzle perspective though - not particularly original and one I'd label as tedious. But still very enjoyable.
Aazing set (as you'd expect from Tulley's), but not their strongest from a puzzle stand point. Love a magic theme though, lost a lot of time waving a wand about.
The sets are amazing! You feel as if you are entering a whole other, magical world. There is quite a lot to solve, and some puzzles were on the tricky side for our, fairly inexperienced, team, but this didn't detract from the sheer enjoyment of the whole experience. Highly recommended!
Stunning room design but with some broken bits of tech (our gm had to pop in at one point as something didn't open that should have and had to give us an answer to another puzzle as the puzzle mechanics weren't working as they should).
We knew it would be a challenge as 2 players, but even with prompts from our gm (we said we didn't care how many hints so long as we made it through) we were only able to make it 75% of the way through.
Our GM somewhat reassured us (if that's the right phrase) that no team of 2 has ever completed Spellcraft, so do be aware of that even if you're an experienced team of 2!
Spellcraft has the feel of a kiddie/family friendly room, but don't be fooled. There's a whole lot going on, and in true Tulley's style, each room feels like a Tardis as it unfolds. We were a team of two, so we knew it would be tough - but we were definitely disadvantaged by not having more bodies in the room working on puzzles simultaneously where possible.
Some of the puzzles were quite abstract and perhaps a bit random - which made me wonder how many teams find and get through them by themselves without clues. Our GM did a good job of chivvying us along to try to stop us falling too far behind - but he did have to shortcut us around a few bits of broken tech. Overall a lot of fun, with great set design, but quite a lot to take on for a small team!
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Spellcraft is the fifth of Tulley’s full-size escape games, and shares much with the first four: it’s huge and impressive and slick, and packed with enough puzzles that even experienced teams will have to scramble to complete it in time. But while the house style and quality remains a constant, the company continues to try new things with each new game.
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