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Elusion Escape Rooms, Southampton – Seven Sins

Published on September 10th, 2018 | by Dean Love

There’s an interesting divide in escape rooms about where the “game” itself actually begins. At some locations, you’ll be greeted fully in character by the staff. At others, it’s not until the briefing begins. In others, ... Read More


The MacGuffin Project, Bournemouth – The MacGuffin

Published on September 6th, 2018 | by Dean Love

The MacGuffin project currently features three games, but neatly they all share the same universe: that of a spooky, abandoned carnival. This is emphasised by having the dramatic, in character briefing being done in a large ... Read More


Live Escape Salisbury – Spectre

Published on September 4th, 2018 | by Dean Love

Live Escape Salisbury has perhaps the most comprehensive briefing email I’ve ever seen, for reasons that soon become apparent. It’s pretty amusing, with lines like “don’t turn up drunk – you’ll just get frustrated that you ... Read More


Adventox, London – Mission X and Alcatraz

Published on June 7th, 2018 | by Dean Love

To be fair, after over 100 games, it’s probably quite odd I’ve not actually seen one in an actual shopping centre by now. I mean, I’ve even played a game that is set in a shopping ... Read More


Clue Adventures, London – Two Tickets To Ride

Published on February 19th, 2018 | by Dean Love

You have to admire the sheer balls on this game. In one sentence it manages to tip-toe around the copyright of both The Beatles and the London Underground, two of the most ardent defenders of their ... Read More

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