Yucatan – The Last Temple

This is a review of the Escape Room “Yucatan – The Last Temple” offered by Cocoroom in Zaragoza, Spain.
  • ⭐️ 8.3/10
  • 🌡 Medium
  • ⏳ 75 Minutes
  • 👥 2 – 5 Person

With the random locations in which escape rooms are sometimes located, many times the creators need to work with quite a small space.

Quite brilliantly, the creators of Yucutan found a way to take their space, and using very smart manipulations, make it feel like it was much bigger than it was, in really cool ways.

Just like similar Indiana Jones-esque rooms, the goal is quite simple – infiltrate a temple, find some artifact or another, and escape.

The puzzles are great, the vibe is great, and the usage of the space is absolutely wonderful.

The only thing that wasn’t wonderful – the parking state. We started the room roughly 30-40 minutes too late, and thankfully the game master was kind enough to let us play anyway. But then again, while the others were looking for parking, I was sitting in the comfy lobby, so who carees?

Lee Ballan

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!