This is a review of the Escape Room “Prometheus” offered by Clock Escape Rooms in Athens, Greece.
  • ⭐️ 8.5/10
  • 🌡 Difficult
  • ⏳ Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 4 Person

Our goal in the room is very clear – infiltrate a hightech AI, steal its data, and escape. Simple, right?

Many Futuristic escape rooms have the same issue – they feel very “cold” and “digital”, and lose some of the magic of escape rooms escaping from the computer to the real world. I’ll admit, that when entering Prometheus, I was concerned that it will suffer from that same syndrome. However, I very quickly realized that this room has somehow managed to avoid it.

Prometheus is, to simply put it, an excellent puzzle room. While it isn’t the largest room, or the one with the craziest effects, it is one of the most solid rooms puzzle-wise. Each puzzle is great; original, unique, smart, and fits the theme of the room perfectly.

We played the room straight after playing the company’s other room, Rebellion, which is more low-tech and fantasy related. Some of our group preferred Rebellion, and some (me included) preferred Prometheus, which I think is a great indication of a strong escape room company.

Prometheus by Clock Escape Rooms in Athens
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Lee Ballan

I'm an escape room writer from Israel, with nearly 500 rooms under my belt (the "nearly" part will be fixed in a couple of weeks). Currently spending all of my free time writing reviews of the games played in the Spain tour, because of fear of Heiner!