Fighting for life not for the crown within London Escaped White Walker room

Winter has come and White Walkers are on their way. I was invited down along with some other community members of Love Pop Ups London to help stop the take over of White Walkers.

This game was designed on the ever so popular TV series Game of Thrones but it does not matter if you have never watched Game of Thrones which is a relief as I have never watched an episode.

London Escaped

London Escaped provides fans of escape rooms very atmospheric games filled with technology.

At present they have six games Prisoner, Da Vinci, Vampire Slayer, School of Magic, White Walker and Wizards Cup with a new one on the way.

Like all other escape rooms the mission is to hunt for items, find clues, solve puzzles and to escape within 60 minutes.

Stopping White Walkers

Winter has come, the wall has fallen and the army of the dead are destroying everything in their path, they are already approaching the first kingdom of man. Mankind have nothing to do but to prepare for war – not for the throne, the crown, but for life itself. Will our children see the sunrise after the long night or will the winter swallow you forever? While armies of people gather all resources to stand against the OTHERS, our commander has prepared an elite unit of the bravest soldiers to fight against the White Walkers, you have 45 minutes to defeat them.

It was up to us brave new soldiers to fight against the White Walkers, and all with just 45 minutes to defeat them.

Upon entering into this singular escape room I was impressed by the props all sophisticated and using technology. There is a basic story which helps guide you through to which puzzles should be done next.

As not to give too much away about this room all I will say is that there are some surprises and great puzzles which involve a twist here, a blow there or even a poke, you will be left thrilled.

We completed this game just over the recommended 45 minutes within 48 minutes but we would of done sooner but unfortunately there was a few technical issues with some of the puzzle props on the day.

Walked out feeling great

The White Walker room takes up to four people but I would advise two people to get the most enjoyment from it as this is a linear room.

This in my opinion is an amazing game and one of the best shorter type escape rooms I have ever played. From the start I was impressed by the props and story. I loved the in-game voice that narrates us through the game in a logical progression which is very clear and easy to follow.

The only downside for me about the room was that on the day a few of the puzzles which involved technology elements were not working properly which was a little frustrating as I kept on having to do a few things over and over before it worked as of sensitivity.

Plus I did not like that the only way we could get clues was via waving at the camera and at times we would get no clue as they might of felt we was near to solving which was frustrating.

Despite the technical issues I loved this game. So if you love Game of Thrones or not, love puzzles that use technology and love linear games then I highly recommend.


This room is a small singular one, and is a 45 minute challenge. Due to the size and linear nature, I would say this room is best suited for two people. We tackled it as a team of three and that felt to be too many people at times. It’s advertised as suitable for five, but I can’t imagine how crammed and chaotic it would get with that many people.

I highly recommend this room for couples or a pair of friends or relatives, it was great fun and a very thought out from the story to the puzzles.

Book with London Escaped

To book an escape room with London Escaped click here.

Thank you to London Escaped for the invite. All views are my own honest opinion.

Click below to be redirected to read what the other community member who joint me on this mission to stop White Walkers. All their views are of their own honest opinions.

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