One thing I’ve been extra excited to put up on this website is the upcoming Steam Game Festival. Why? It is absolutely PACKED with escape room games this year. The best part? Since this festival is the developer’s chance to put their best foot forward and showcase their games, you can play most of them for free. Pretty much all you need is a half decent PC.
2020 has been... Quite the year! For me at least, it's gone "January - February - Quarantine - December". Whilst this means I did not get ANYWHERE near my escape room target of 50 rooms this year (thanks coronavirus), an almost brand new sub-category has emerged in the escape room industry: Play at Home.Read More
Now listen up readers, we've got a new segment on this blog! VIDEO GAMES! That's right! I'm planning on breaking up my regular escape room content with an escape room "adjacent" game review once a month (or every two months, we'll see how this goes).Read More
One of the most easily recognisable and iconic Christmas films of our generation is “Home Alone”. A staple of 90s kids (that’s me!), Home Alone is about being resourceful, thinking outside the box, preparation in all situations, and most importantly a lesson not asking for directions from Donald Trump in the foyer of the Plaza Hotel. In short, just a few of life’s golden lessons. But it’s also taught me a thing or two about solving escape rooms.Read More
Even though your local escape room might not yet be open, this weekend is a fantastic opportunity to support them and pick up an early Christmas gift, or give yourself something in 2021 to look forward to! Check our my list of Black Friday and Cyber Monday escape room, gift voucher, and UK play at […]Read More
With the help of hundreds of international customers working through the flatpak catalogue, the full scandal was revealed at the headquarters and our hero was freed from his captors. The senior managers are behind bars for corruption but it still remains difficult to trace all the embezzled funds and it seems there were severe irregularities in the pension fund.Read More
So we’re back here again! From the 5th of November, most of the United Kingdom will go back into lockdown. This means all non-essential businesses must close, yup even escape rooms. But not all is lost – we’ve done it once and we can do this again! That’s why this time around, I’ve come up […]Read More
Join the world’s largest treasure hunt. Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity, in which participants use a Global Positioning System receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called “geocaches” or “caches”, at specific locations marked by coordinates all over the world. What is Geocaching? Geocaching is a real world […]Read More
The Randonautica app puts the user in the Director’s Chair of an adventure story yet to be written. By using the app, the user can break from their mundane day-to-day and take a journey of randomness into the world around them. Your mind is your guide as you observe and view the world differently. What […]Read More
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