clueQuest: cQ ORIGENES

Love escape rooms?
Love secret locations?
Love working as a team?
Love being an agent?
Love solving puzzles?
Love a story/plot?
Then you’ll love clueQuest: cQ ORIGENES

Then look for further as you can play clueQuest’s many escape rooms that has a on-going story from the first room to the last.

Revenge of the Sheep used to be clueQuest final sequence to all their rooms but they have just recently added a new one to the story making cQ ORIGENES the final room in the sequence now.

I and some others of Love Pop Ups London community went along and played their newest and final game of the sequence of rooms called cQ ORIGENES.

In order to stop the Professor from breaching our firewall, it was up to us to access Mr Q’s old base. The only way in, however, was for us to be shrunk down to the size of a mouse with the help of the Shrink’o’Mat.

We just had 60 minutes to counteract the cyber attack and secure the mainframe before the Shrink’o’Mat’s effect wears off and things get messy.

clueQuest have four escape rooms in total with the others being PLAN52, OperationBlackSheep and Revenge of the Sheep it is best to be played in order as their is a story from start to finish.

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Thank you to clueQuest who let some of us from the community of Love Pop Ups London come down to experience your fun and challenging newest and final escape room.  Read all blogs/reviews from the community in the comments section below.

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  1. Jen Le says:

    Guess who’s baaaack

    This time trying the new room CQ Origenes.

    The Mad Professor is back and you and your team will need to prevent him to enter the lab’s firewall and save the world from his evilness!

    As usual clueQuest has created a room full of diverse and inventive puzzles. Perfect if you like a challenge with their combination of linear and non-linear puzzles.

    I keep coming back and so should you!!!

  2. Jamie T says:

    I’ve been to the past 3 Cluequest games and this time I am trying the new room called CQ Origenes. Cluequest is known for being immersive and this one is no exception. I would argue that this is the most immersive of all their games to date. There is only one lock (and its a giant sized one) so you don’t feel like you’re just doing the code into lock thing. There is a shrink-o-meter that seemed so realistic that you felt like you were in a movie set. I thoroughly enjoyed this experience. The puzzles looked natural in the storyline context and was definitely original. It’s a hard room though and the setting is really high pressure because there is a lot to solve. I would advise going with people that you’ve played with before who have complementary skill sets. It is definitely a fun way to spend an evening.

  3. Lizzie Williamson says:

     Love Pop Ups London rejoins Mr Q’s spy agency for the latest edition to the clueQuest saga.
    cQ ORIGENES requires its recruits to stop Professor BlackSheep recreating the original experiment that turned him in to a sheep by preventing him accessing Mr Qs secret data. This has been stowed away in his mouse size secret base – so the first step is to enable the shrink o mat to get access!
    I really enjoyed this room and although the puzzles were pretty tricky there were some really cool ideas – I won’t give anything away!
    The set and props were amazing, as always, and I loved the idea of being shrunk down to mouse size 🙂
    Thanks to LLP & clueQuest gang who were friendly, fun and helpful!

  4. Cluequest are back with another room to add to their mousey collection. This time we had to shrink ourselves down to fit inside the mousehole and get all the codes to decrypt a memory stick before Professor Blacksheep turned us all into sheep.

    We ran slightly out of time, but managed to get out within our 4 minute extension. It was a great immersive game that involved lots of thinking outside the box. If you are looking for a new escape room challenge then this is the one to try.

  5. Louise says:

    Thanks to Lovepopupslondon and clueQuest London I got to try their new escape room game cQ ORIGENES last week.

    ‘Professor BlackSheep seeks to recreate the original genetical experiment that turned him into a sheep. He has launched a cyber attack on our old mainframe in the hope of extracting secret data, along with the genetical research he’s missing.’

    And so the adventure starts…
    Although I have done a few escape rooms before I haven’t tried one at clueQuest before. Although this game follows on in theme from some of their previous games,  knowledge of the other ones isn’t necessary. I enjoyed it immensely and we succeeded in escaping with almost 2 minutes to spare (thanks to a couple more experienced members of the group). Quite an achievement as we were told afterwards there is only a 15% success rate!

    I love the sci-fi theme which has been imaginatively thought out with the avoidance of padlocks. And there is an initial challenge that requires the participation of the whole group which was fun. I would definitely recommend this is one to try for the more experienced escape room enthusiast looking for a challenge.

    Looking forward to trying Operation BlackSheep next.

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