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Phobos-17 has landed – Mostly Harmless Games

Mostly Harmless Games returns with a new game Phobos-17 which is the sequel to their The Lifeboat escape room.

Phobos-17 is an abandoned Russian vessel which can be found hidden within the Artworks in Elephant & Castle.

The rumour has it that there is some high grade uranium on board Phobos-17 but the shipping container is full of radiation so brave hunters will only have 60 minutes to retrieve it or risk getting radiation sickness.

Mostly Harmless

Mostly Harmless was created by a bunch of actors, designers and games nerds who met at Crystal Maze experience.

Their first project was The Lifeboat which set sail earlier on this year at the Vaults Festival with it being a sell out towards the end of it’s run and bagging an award for Innovation along the way.

Phobos-17 is a continuation of that journey all packed with thrills in a twelve metre long shipping container! Continue reading

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It’s time to take down Neosight – The Grid

The other day I went along with some others of Love Pop Ups London community on a complimentary basis via founder Sebastian Lyall of Lollipop to take down Neosight at Lollipop’s latest interactive experience The Grid.

Who are Lollipop?

Lollipop are the creators of the amazing ABQ Bars, The Bletchley and The Bunyadi.

They love to bring highly interactive experiences which leaves a lasting impression.

They are innovated and produce traditional hospitality/entertainment through it’s marriage of immersive experiences and cutting edge functional venue designs.

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The Grid

The Grid is a post-internet drinking den combining escape room experience with a cocktail making class.  This new immersive interactive experience was taken by inspiration from Charlie Brooker’s dystopian series.

Operatives (you) will join latest newest technology company called Neosight but undercover to take them down whilst solving codes, puzzles and sipping on cocktails. Continue reading

Want to play a game? – COLAB Factory Copycat

There is a Copycat killer loose on the streets of London……….oh my!

It was up to me and others from the Love Pop Ups London community to help solve who the murderer or murderers are before they strike again.

We were cordially invited by COLAB Factory who have merged with Splutter Theatre to take on the killer Copycat.

Artistic Director Benedict Hudson worked with COLAB and Splutter Theatre to put on this unique immersive contemporary horror show which will place the audience inside their favourite movie drawing from inspiration from films such as Jigsaw, Saw and Se7en and on true crime cases.

Here is some more information about COLAB Factory, Splutter Theatre and their latest immersive show Copycat.

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Time is fleeting – Komnata Quest Doctor Frankenstein

If you love escape rooms and Frankenstein then you’ll love Komnata Quest latest atmospheric escape room Doctor Frankenstein.

Komnata Quest

Komnata Quest is an international company who provide interesting promenade walking tours as well as escape rooms. They started out in 2014 and since then they have grown with over 111 escape games to play which are dotted over 11 countries and 45 cities all over the world. Continue reading

The names Jo, Jo M – AIM Escape Spy Heroes

I went along the other day with one of my great friend Bianca and her friends to play a test run of AIM’s newest and most technology based escape room in London ‘Spy Heroes’.

AIM

AIM is one of London’s newest escape rooms to hit London.  Their escape rooms take players to a new high with an experience like no other with extreme high tech cutting edge challenges, complex narratives, hyper realistic sets and props along with great unique stories. So gone are the days of locks, combinations and keys. AIM offers a fully automated escape room experience. Continue reading

Learning never exhausts the mind – London Escaped Da Vinci

Tonight we went to London Escaped to show Da Vinci that we are worthy to be his newest students.

London Escaped

London Escaped has only recently opened up bringing to London two atmospheric games with more to come.  At present they have one called the Prisoner and the other Da Vinci.  Like all other escape rooms the mission is to hunt for keys, find clues, solve puzzles and to beat the clock within 60 minutes. Continue reading

Locked up – London Escaped Prisoner

The time had come on this chilling night for seven of us from Love Pop Ups London community to take on the London Escaped Prisoner which is a very new escape room company which is based in Aldgate East.

London Escaped

London Escaped has only recently opened up bringing to London two atmospheric games with more to come.  At present they have one called the Prisoner and the other Da Vinci.  Like all other escape rooms the mission is to hunt for keys, find clues, solve puzzles and to beat the clock within 60 minutes. Continue reading

A purrfect escape room – Omescape Kingdom of Cats

I went along the other night with some others of Love Pop Ups London to play Omescape escape game Kingdom of Cats which which is based in their second base in Aldgate, with many more new escape rooms to follow.

Who are Omescape?

Firstly let me tell you more about Omescape. Continue reading

Fear the dungeon – Komnata Quest Saint Angelo’s castle

If you love escape rooms, horror and history then you’ll love Komnata Quest Saint Angelo’s castle dungeons which can be found under the roads of Drury Lane.

Komnata Quest

Komnata Quest is an international company who provide interesting promenade walking tours as well as escape rooms. They started out in 2014 and since then they have grown with over 111 escape games to play which are dotted over 11 countries and 45 cities all over the world. Continue reading

Ghostly going ons – Mission Breakout The Lost Passenger

Escape rooms are fun but even more so when there is a real history to the place and a true story which Mission Breakout does just that.

Mission Breakout

All Mission Breakout’s escape rooms are based around true events which happened in this old abandoned South Kentish Town tube station. Continue reading

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