Questory is an interactive team game based on point n' click - room escape computer games. It is designed for groups of 2-6 people. Your team enters a room: in the first minutes you try to percieve where you are... What this room can be... After a few minutes you start suspecting what this challenge is about... This room is not a usual one... You have maximum 60 minutes to solve all the riddles the room hides and to reveal its secret...
1963. West-Berlin. Your Team has tracked down the Assassin. The traces lead to a strange room. Find out what the Assassin plans and stop him. You have 60 minutes...
This is a team game. We recommend to be a group of 2-6 people.
The price is 80€ per group (3-6 Players). If you're only 2 players, it's only 60€. Please pay cash on the spot.
The game is maximum 60 minutes long. Allow an extra 30 minutes for briefing and please be on time.
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