Mission Camden

I found out about the new adventure of Mission Camden on Facebook, it consists of five different escape-room-esque puzzle trails troughout Camden, and it’s completely free throughout July and August (until the 26th of August). So I grabbed a friend and attempted two of the trails on a sunny Sunday afternoon. We started off at…

Fox In A Box – Zodiac Killer

Last night we were invited to try out Fox In A Box‘s Zodiac Killer room, courtesy of Love Popups London. Fox In A Box is an escape room franchise company, their London location is in Dalston, just steps from the Overground and really easy to find. They have three different rooms, Zodiac Killer, The Bunker,…

Dismantle This Room

Intrigued by the description and pricing system of Dismantle This Room, I recruited two friends to go with me. From the theatre website: Stage a violent revolution. Take them down from the inside. Blow the whistle. Or tear it all up and start again. Dismantle This Room is an immersive escape-the-room experience that asks the…

Hidden City – The Enchanted Mirror

I love the Hidden City trails, these are self-guided trails through different areas of London that are suitable for small groups and are played through text messages. So, after playing The Hunt For The Cheshire Cat as well as Moriarty’s Game, I finally decided to try out The Enchanted Mirror! This one is based around…

Clue Adventures – 2 Tickets 2 Ride

After having played the book of secrets room months ago, I finally got to try Clue Adventures‘ two player escape room, 2 tickets 2 ride. Just like the room I previously played, this one has a very solid storyline that makes you feel like you’re actually achieving a goal, not just opening random boxes. The…

AIM Escape – Hangover Déjà Brew

Last week I was invited by Love Popups London to test out AIM Escape‘s Hangover room. Having already played two of their other rooms, I was very keen on trying this one out. They tend to have great electronic equipment and fun, unusual challenges, so I was hoping this one was no different. The blurb…

The Hunt For The Smoking Caterpillar – Buck Buck Games

The other day I got to try out Buck Buck Games‘ newest fun immersive experience, The Hunt For The Smoking Caterpillar. I was invited by Love Popups London to join a small team for this big group experience. The premise of this game is that the Baron of Wonderland as recruited us as gold hunters….

Omescape – VR Huxley

I was asked by Love Popups London to try out Omescape‘s newest VR Game, Huxley, in return for a blog post, so I headed over to Aldgate to give this game a try! Here’s their game description: THE IMPOSSIBLE HAPPENED It is 3007 AD, the world as we know it has gone forever and mankind…

Colab Factory’s The Copycat

On Wednesday I was invited to check out Colab Factory‘s new horror experience, so along with other members of Love Popups London, we headed down to Borough to try The Copycat. Advertised as part immersive theatre, part escape room, we were very curious to see how this one played out. It’s always difficult to write…

Komnata – Droctor Frankenstein

I was invited to play Komnata‘s Doctor Frankenstein room by Love Popups London the other day. The room’s premise is quite simple, the Professor has been trying to create artificial life, but just as he was close to a breakthrough, he has gone missing. We have one hour to unravel the mystery of what happened…

AIM Escape – Spy Heroes

We were invited to beta test AIM Escape‘s new high tech room Spy Heroes for free in return for feedback for the company, so we headed over to give it a go. The premise of the room is quite exciting: You’re going undercover. Your friend James has gone off-grid and you need to check if…

Omescape – Mind Horror

The brilliant Love Pop Ups London has invited me to return to Omescape to try their new VR horror experience. Mind Horror is a team game for 2-6 players and relies completely on VR technology. After having played The Penitentiary and The Joker’s Asylum, I was very eager to try this new experience out as…