Thrill-seekers and sharp sleuths, this is your time to shine
By Pamela Chow
Different escape games have come and gone but they are still very much in trend, especially with recent popular pop-up ones like an anime-inspired murder mystery and when Haw Par Villa transformed into a giant escape park.
We've updated our list of best escape games to suss out the most spine-chilling ones now open. If you're hunting for your next adventure, check out these rooms that are now available, with thrilling themes that will keep you on your toes.
Photo: Unravel SG
2. The Ouija
In 1985, a horrifying headline shook the nation: “School Cleaner Missing After Student Found Hanged”. The student, Judy Lim, was found hanging in one of the toilet cubicles.
Investigators had initially ruled it as suicide, but the post-mortem revealed that she was actually strangled. The biggest suspect: the school cleaner, who had disappeared after the body was found.
Attempting to find the truth, you must communicate via ouija board to the spirit realm.
This room is rated 4/5 for difficulty, and has no scare rating. We think it’s so they don’t scare potential visitors away.
Unravel SG, Bugis Cube, 470 North Bridge Road, #05-20