This may be the worst room we ever played. The first time we booked at this location, on arrival we were informed they had double booked our room and turned us away with a refund. There is no reception or waiting area so when we arrived we called (they never answer so send a text instead) then waited outside for 20 minutes. Both instances as we waited large groups of children came and went, and I imagine that is the demographic most likely to enjoy the Bunker. The immersion starts from the moment they allow you through the door in the most pretentious way. The inclusion of an actor was distracting and not at all additive to the experience. The clues were repetitive and not very helpful, eg clue 1: “there must be something else on that page to give you the code”, clue 2: “can you find anything else on the page to give you the code?”, clue 3: “we know the code is on the page, so there must be SOMETHING else there”. The worst aspect though was the puzzles. Loose, lazy, nonsensical, illogical, exasperating associations. This room was difficult, but for all the wrong reasons. A fine way for parents to offload their kids on a post-apocalyptic babysitter for an hour. Not recommended for enthusiasts.