The Russian submarine K-129 has mysteriously disappeared 20 years ago. It was last seen in the North Pacific Ocean. The vessel has a dangerous nuclear load on board and to this day has not been located. It is crucial that this submarine is found before it falls into the wrong hands.
The controversial journalist Hugo Laanen has been interested in this mystery for a long time. He has kept files with all his findings. It seems has gotten cold feet, though. Some even suggest he ran from the Russian secret service. His study room in the Amsterdam Houthaven is still left untouched…
This escape room starts in his abandoned office. From there you are taken to the great depths of the North Pacific Ocean. In this exciting and technically advanced escape room nothing is what it seems.
Can you solve the mystery in time?
Pick a date, choose the number of players, fill in the form and book a slot at Locked.Amsterdam. The numbers in the blue circles mark the number of available places for that day. Payment happens on site (cash or pin).
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The maximum number of players is six. The minimum number is two.
When playing The Submarine you have 90 minutes to solve the mystery.
The price of a game depends on the number of players.
|Players||Price per person||Total|
|2||€ 35||€ 70|
|3||€ 30||€ 90|
|4||€ 25||€ 100|
|5||€ 22,50||€ 112,50|
|6||€ 20||€ 120|
You can pay using cash or pin.
Cancellations of reservations received more than 72 hours prior to the start of the game will be free of charge. After that we charge the full amount.
Yes. Just tell the staff that you want to play the game in English.
The submarine is a thrilling game, but the emphasis is not on scaring people or jump scares.
Locked.Amsterdam is an excellent choice for a company outing. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
The game is very challenging and requires full mental capacity. We strongly advice against consuming alcohol beforehand.
Maurits Woudenberg is the founder of Locked.Amsterdam. Though a jazz musician by trade, he’s always had a passion for tinkering. As a child he built musical instruments and a functioning telephone to call his brother’s bedroom. When Maurits met René Nijman, they noticed they shared the same love for building stuff. Many strange creations followed, like a voice-controlled beer can launching trebuchet (no more getting off the couch when you want a cold beer). Later René involved Maurits in the process of building illusions for the Dutch TV show Mindf*ck.
In the spring of 2015 Maurits first visited an escape room in Budapest and he was immediately sold.