Red Button! Real quest | escape room
“Attention! Attention! Nuclear attack program was activated! Nuclear missiles would be lunched in 1 hour!” – blares the voice from a loudspeaker. You have reached the secret command post, but the staff is not here and no one can help you. Only you can find the Red Button and cancel this program.
Sure, it’s just the game. But decorations of Soviet Union bunker and military devices are real. Sometimes the music and atmosphere are really creepy and you believe if Nuclear catastrophe is real.
Also you have to deal with real ciphers and encryptions. Sometimes in’s not so easy. But hints are everywhere, you have just to find them! Only you logical thinking, attention and team spirit can help you to save the World.
Design Factory - Flacon
36 building 3, Bolshaya Novodmitrovskaya st.
3 enter, 5th floor, Moscow, Russia
+7 (495) 201-2536
Duration: 60 minutes
Language: English or Russian
Price for a team 2-4 players
Additional payment for fifth player 500 ₽
Prepayment required for the games after midnight!
Save the world
Lock in one room for one hour. Discover and solve all the tricks. Team collaboration. Thinking different. I could write only good things about this role game. It was the first time I try something similar and it was amazing and unique.
Well thought-out puzzles and everything in English, which was essential for us. Daria was very friendly and helpful in finding the place and during the game too. We found the escape quite challenging but just about managed to get out :). It’s located in a very ‘cool’ area too, perfect for having a drink or meal. A great way to spend a few hours!
Dont miss the “RED BUTTON” – A great “Soviet” experience.
Dont miss the “RED BUTTON” – A great “Soviet” experience. BUT skip the “Lock, Stock And Two Playing Tables” room.
The room is located in a nice young and shick area, so if your party has more then 4 people, do the “RED BUTTON” room one group after the other and you can stroll in the area while you are waiting for them to finish.
The room gives you a real “soviet” feeling and teaches a few things.
The other room is not as interesting (compared to other rooms I visited in other places).
I communicated with Cubiculum through FaceBook messaging and they were very very helpful and spoke great English.