The Fiery City

An Escape Game in Liège? Oufti [interjection from Liège], but of course! We couldn't do without the Fiery City any longer. It is around the Meuse that our games will be organized. After a peket in "le Carré", you'll come and play our escape games!

The concept?
An escape game, on your smartphone, and a journey in the heart of Liège that will take you to solve the riddles, from squares to streets and from alleys to avenues. Along a canal or in a park, the geolocated application will show you where your missions will take place and what you have to do to succeed. As a team, stride along Liège like you've never done before.


What to do in Liège?

Play an Escape Game Coddy of course! If you're looking for an original and fun activity, Coddy is the place to be! Our games can be played during an afternoon with friends, for a bachelor(ette) party, for a family reunion or to create links with your colleagues during a team building!

Liège in a different way

Coddy are Escape Games with of course riddles to solve and clues to help you (in case all the brains don't work...). They are also missions to complete: places to reach in a given time, photos to take, videos, ... Throughout the game you will walk around Liège, which will allow you to (re)discover this city while playing. It's a chance to see Liège in a different way...

The must-sees

To make sure you'll see the most epic places in Liège, Coddy has arranged his routes around the Fiery City's must-see places. Of course, this is not a tourist trap: other more hidden, more secret places of the city, that you probably don't know about, are also included in our routes. 

Liège-Guillemins railway station

Liège Theater

La Boverie

Liège or...

  • The Fiery city: which is in fact the title of a historical book at the beginning, later used to qualify the economic dynamism of the city. Today we keep this nickname to refer to the warm and lively side of the city and its inhabitants. 
  • The city of Reds (pronounced Rouches): that's how we call the players of the Standard, a famous football team (but not really for its victories #oops).
  • The city known for its railway station (Liège-Guillemins): designed by the Catalan Santiago Calatrava, it is one of the most beautiful railway stations in the world (it took about ten years, though...). 

You'll need a smart team to solve this. Get them ready now.