In 1723 Bach was the greatest musician in Leipzig and far beyond. He was enormously popular and therefore enjoyed his time in the city. Thanks to him Leipzig became the musical capital of Germany. Until the Prince of Prussia came to power and imposed a curfew...
Bach didn't like the curfew at all. When he met the prince in his regular pub, he seized his chance and summoned the prince to abolish the curfew. This cost Bach dearly; the next morning a group of soldiers opened a manhunt for the musician. With the Escape Tour Leipzig, try to help Bach escape from the city within 2 hours.
Escape the City
Just like Bach, you wander through the city, looking for clues. If you complete all the tasks and decipher the clues in this city game, you will not only have enjoyed a nice stroll through the city, but you will also have found the exit! And who knows, you might even make it onto Leipzig's Wall of Fame. The escape attempt starts at St. Thomas Church - good luck!