This game has two identical rooms and can take up to 12 players. It’s a great option for bigger groups, who want to play together. In the beginning, you’ll be divided into two teams, but after a while you have the option to continue together. If you prefer a game without racing, you can equally well play the game as a couple or in a smaller team. Please note that the maximum capacity of one room is six players, so if your group is bigger, you need to book both Lady rooms. The booking system does it automatically for you, when you state how many players you’ll be.
Lady in Red is based on the merry 1920’s culture, when prohibition law ruled in Finland. The prohibition gave golden opportunities for petty criminals and all kinds of adventurers.
In those times, girls from poor families could have a hard time supporting themselves in lawful professions and were driven into shadier trades. The twin sisters Sara and Sally are officially seamstresses, but they are street smart and willing to risk everything in order to survive. This puts them in grave danger.
Come with your team and try to find out whatever happened to the twins. If you succeed, maybe you’ll help the police to solve a heinous crime.
The immersive game Lady in Red is set in the 20’s but the game design is cutting-edge modern, offering magical moments.
The age recommendation for this game is 14 +. Note that at least one of the players must be over 16 years of age.
The levels of difficulty are Basic 3/5 and Expert 5/5. Unless otherwise agreed, the game sets the level of difficulty based on the team’s progress during the first half hour.
Unfortunately, the venue is not accessible to wheelchairs. At our other venue at Fabianinkatu, you can find some accessible games.
The team behind
Script: Yvonne Karsten, Hanna Mykkänen, Mirja Harju
Puzzle design: Yvonne Karsten, Hanna Mykkänen, Mirja Harju
Props and settings: Hanna Mykkänen, Mirja Harju, Yvonne Karsten, Virgo Karp, Matti Varjonen
Sound: mixing, Virgo Karp
Light design: Virgo Karp
IT: Johan Höglund, Virgo Karp, Akseli Makkonen