You’re in a 1930’s London abandoned cabaret, the one where the famous diva Emma Albani would perform shows before her death. Recently, you have learned that the cabaret will be destroyed. Rumors are floating around that Emma Albani’s dressing room has been condemned and since then inaccessible.
To celebrate the day of her death, you decide to explore the cabaret yourself. What you might ignore is that legend says, every anniversary of her death, the people that enter the cabaret, never come out alive. Is entering really a good idea? Beware the ghost of Emma Albani, it could still be roaming.
The Cabaret was the first game we did at immersia. We had heard mixed reviews from friends about this place but we now know why.
Unlike the chalet we really enjoyed the Cabaret. The decor is simple but well done and there's a thing or two I can't really talk about thay really adds to the immersion. The flow of the game is felt and is very enjoyable.
The game is very linear which we normally don't like but we were four and it was fine. We enjoyed almost every puzzle and had a couple of aha moments. None of the puzzles were far fetched except for one where we thought there were a few better ways they could have used to get the answer but I think they just wanted to make it hard.
We definitely would recommend this game. We enjoyed it and hope that Immersias future games will be more like this one as opposed to their Chalet and Station games.