Escape Hub – Curse of Curawood’s Garden – 7.5/10
In the middle of the enchanted forest sits Curawood’s garden, in the middle of the garden stands a magical tree which gives life to all that surrounds it! However, the evil witch hated the wildlife it brought to the world, so raging with jealousy she cursed the land! The tree stands, but weakening; find the elements to bring the tree back to life before it’s too late.
Played January 2020
Oh my goodness. This room is the most beautiful room I’veever seen, and I’ve done Old Father Time (which is beautiful but I’m sorry Panic Room, this has just managed to top it for me). It is a pure delight for the senses and whoever built it should be extremely proud of their wonderful talents.
We played 4 games at Escape Hub on this day and we spent the longest in this room, not because it was the hardest I don’t think, more because it was so lovely we just wanted to be in there as long as possible.
Curse of Curawood is aimed more at kids really based on the story and set, but the puzzles themselves are more than worthy of keeping us adults entertained and using our brains and I can imagine the whole experience being really specialfor children. As their website states though, the first room in particular can be quite a squeeze for 4 people so make sure you like the people you go with.
Despite it being their easiest room, there was still a good amount and good variety of puzzles and something for everyones skill set, as with all of their rooms. It’s clear a lot of time, thought and love has gone in to it.
Great room for beginners, enthusiasts, adults and children alike. Ideal for 2-4 players. Highly recommend.
Theme/Immersion – 9/10
Puzzles/Variety – 7/10
Fun Factor – 7.5/10
Difficulty – 7/10
Reviewed by A