Have you heard of Phobia Escape Game? The new generation escape game facility offers four rooms for a total immersion in very distinct universes. The latest one? House of Ghosts invites investigators missing thrills to dive into a several-decade-old investigation about the mysterious disappearance of the Morel family, in 1924. The goal is to discover what happened to the little 8-year-old Anna and solve the mystery around her disappearance. An investigation many detectives tried to solve with unsuccessfully.
A room the editorial board has tried and I’m not going to lie: the immersion is total and intense. As soon as it begins, you’re in a very nerve-racking atmosphere, in the dark and equipped with an oil lamp, you have to rummage through a large room (a living-chamber) to try and discover what happened to the whole family. In terms of enigmas and mechanisms, everything is particularly well-found, often brilliant and the special effects are effective. Everything is done to put you in the most harrowing and realistic environment possible.
On the other hand, I warn you: it’s not for the faints of heart! If you don’t like horror movies and other jumpscares, I advise you to go on your way. It would be a shame to drop the mission and have your team loose, the room being particularly scary. I’ve warned you…
Phobia Escape Game
127 Rue Jeanne d'Arc
75013 Paris 13
métro ligne 5 station "Campo-Formio"
groupe de 2 à 5 joueurs en heure creuse: €100
groupe de 2 à 5 joueurs en heure pleine: €120
From 14 to 99 years old
Ouvert tous les jours de 10h à 22h. Âge minium des participants : 14 ans accompagné d'un adulte, 16 ans non-accompagné