Has anyone tried the Ipswich Escape Rooms? There was one at Suffolk Food Hall and one at Dencora Business Centre.The concept extends from mobile phone game apps: Android Escape Room Apps and Apple iOS Escape Room Apps. The offline version is £26 per person - pretty expensive for an hour - but at the same time something novel which might be worth the cost for the experience if it is any good. You have 60 minutes (1 hour) to "escape". I know for Health & Safety reasons (and humanity!) that staff are there to let you out if you exceed close to your maximum one hour 30 minute slot... but I think personally, I would need the impression that I and my fellow companions will eventually die if we cannot get out in the 60 minutes. Whether that is the scenario of never being able to get out and starving to death (seriously over thinking this to write an article lol) or some nuclear apocalypse is going to occur inside the room.......even more worrying is, how good is the enabler between correctly guessing the clue and escaping? Is it a digital code on a door which opens when a correct key disables the electromagnet? Do you shout out a clue or use an intercom system and someone manually unlocks a door for you? Do the puzzles change over time... or does completing it once allow you to pretty easy complete it again another time?Could you talk to those who have just completed it to cheat? (I assume the discouragement is it being an expensive task to ace it in 5 minutes for £26... not like you get a world record to your name lol) Is the Escape Room focused around a story and your imagination?Difficult when there are no photos or videos of it online... (not even abstract) I am wondering if this is a fun group activity or some opportunist ploy to give up your money for people who want to live an mobile phone app game in real life? I don't want to go and be left disappointed!