Improbable Escapes

By | April 18, 2020

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Improbable Escapes has 3 games currently available.

Play-at-home games by Improbable Escapes

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303 Bagot Street, ON K7K

Most recent ratings & reviews

Ken Ferguson expert reviewed Seven Dwarfs: Mining Mission by Improbable Escapes:

Pretty game, fun GM, good puzzles and an all-round great experience. The one downside is that a couple of the puzzles have a physical element that you can't fully enjoy remotely.

Plenty of content to keep you engaged, a decent inventory system to allow everyone on the team to get involved and the cartoonish set lends itself particularly well to remote play.

Definitely one to recommend, especially for families where there's something for everyone.

A very similar level experience to their other fun game, Neverland, but this one just takes the edge for me.

Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Ken Ferguson expert reviewed Neverland: Heist on the High Seas by Improbable Escapes:

Pretty game, fun GM, good puzzles and an all-round good experience. The one downside is that a couple of the puzzles have a physical element that you can't fully enjoy remotely.

Plenty of content to keep you engaged, a decent inventory system to allow everyone on the team to get involved and the cartoonish set lends itself particularly well to remote play.

Definitely one to recommend, especially for families where there's something for everyone. I particularly appreciated the fun start so make sure the whole team is paying attention early on.

This ranks very slightly below their other popular game, Seven Dwarves, for me because the final puzzles and ending didn't translate quite as well to playing remotely from my point of view. 

Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Joe Brown experienced reviewed Seven Dwarfs: Mining Mission by Improbable Escapes:

Great puzzles and tech, well hosted through zoom. Recommended!

Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Anonymous reviewed Neverland: Heist on the High Seas by Improbable Escapes:
Very well executed pirate/Peter Pan theme with some delightful moments and a very well designed inventory management system.
Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Wei-Hwa Huang expert reviewed The Cure for the Common Zombie by Improbable Escapes:

Good variety of puzzles.  Probably more fun to play-at-home than in person, unlike their other offerings.

Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
James Bloodworth expert reviewed Seven Dwarfs: Mining Mission by Improbable Escapes:

Another high tech room with some great scenery and fiendishly clever puzzles.

Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
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See also

  • All play at home escape games
  • Our guide to the best play-at-home escape games