In our previous article , we have given you, the reader, all the details that can help you solving a case. A young detective, Smith, set out to detect a strange crime. The mystery revolves around 5 men who all know each other and one of whom was shot by one of them. Smith studied the data at his disposal in depth and, thanks to a few small details, figured out who the killer was and who the victim was. We hope you liked this puzzle practice and it gave your brain some workout. Now, let us solve this case and give you an explanation.
In order to give your brain some workout, we thought it would be fun to step into the shoes of a detective and help him solve the crime. Read on below for this great escape room puzzle!
Now that summer has officially arrived, schools are closing and families are looking for things to do together, especially that for now it seems we are going back to some sort of normal life. Escape rooms for kids is an idea that some parents consider, however, there are always a bit of doubt whether it is really for them and it can be a good programme for the whole family. Let us explain a couple of key points that might convince you that an escape room Manchester is a great idea for families!
Are you looking for things to do when classes and exams are over? Why not kick off the summer season with an exciting escape game? Of course, we are aware of the student budget, that is why we are offering you a 10% discount off the booking price if you have at least one member of the team with a valid student card. Simply use the STUDY discount code when checking out and show us your student card when we meet in person!
Would you like to change the good old habit of going to a pub for a couple of pints to celebrate and try out something different? Organize your party in an escape room for an unforgettable experience.
Are you celebrating your or a friend's birthday? Maybe you want to make your anniversary special this year? Do you have a hen party or a bachelor’s party coming up and you don’t yet know what to do? Book an escape room party for the special occasion and get a 5% discount off the booking price by simply using the PARTY discount code!
It has been a rough period for all of us, but especially for NHS workers. We understand the struggle you had to go through, and it is best to let some air out with an exciting escape game that can shift your focus from daily stress.
If there is at least one person in your team who has a valid NHS card, we offer you a 10% discount from the price of the booking. All you need to do is put the discount code NHS when you are booking an escape room and show us your NHS card when we meet in person!
There have been a lot of teams visiting us in recent years and we like to have a chat with players before and after the game. We are very pleased to see that the escape rooms of Code to Exit are fantastic experiences for players who are coming with fears, but let us also see what are the things most people are afraid of, especially before their very first game!
Students aren’t the only ones who have been longing for this year’s half term. We have a couple of rough months behind us and both children and parents are excited about the fact that now children will have some free time that allows them to spend time with their families. What is even better is that everything is slowly but steadily reopening, giving more space and ideas for a great family afternoon apart from board games and watching a film together at home. We couldn’t miss the opportunity to propose to you some activities (of course, including Manchester escape rooms) that you can do together during the half term as a family.
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