Inside the Mirror

This is a review of the Escape Room “Inside the Mirror” offered by G-Factor Group in Athens, Greece.
  • ⭐️ 8.3/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 60 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 4 Person

The G-Factor-Group is a smaller supplier in the Kallithea district, which was recommended to us by enthusiasts for its interesting puzzle rooms. Originally we wanted to play all three escape games here. But since we did not manage to find a player who speaks Greek, and Freedom for Sale unfortunately has some puzzles that cannot easily be converted into English, it turned out to be just two missions. We were received in a very hospitable manner and felt very comfortable here.

Like “The 7 Mysteries of Pharaoh”, which we played first, Inside the Mirror also works completely without locks. Instead there are excellent automations, mechanisms and also components that I have never seen in an escape game. At first glance, it is not really clear what needs to be done and the inconspicuous-looking room is reluctant to reveal its secrets at first. But once the penny has dropped, the game runs very smoothly. Very good cooperation and communication are the key to mastering the tasks together.

What came after that left our mouths open and then put a smile on our faces. We didn’t expect that! Towards the finale, there are again a number of tasks that can be solved very nicely in parallel with skill and concentration. The room always compensates for the small size with its individuality. A little insider tip that exceeded our expectations! The game is designed for 2-4 players.

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Heiner Stepen