Boxed Games Mystery Play at Home

Mystery Mail: Catch Me if You Can | Review

A vicious killer is on the loose. You’ve been sent the evidence. Can you crack the case and reveal what happened? Rating: Mysterious!Completion Time:  40 minutesDate Played: 7th October 2020Party Size: 1Recommended For: Adults Okay so I’m a self-proclaimed murder mystery SUPERFAN. I devour the stuff, whether it’s my obscure collection of vintage murder mystery books (yes! I’m kind […]Read More

Boxed Games Play at Home Wizarding World

Mystery Mail: School of Witchcraft and Wizardry

An envelope arrives at your door. You’ve been accepted to Wizard School. But you have one more exam to pass before being admitted. Will you be the next Sorcerer’s Apprentice? Rating: Magical!Completion Time:  20 minutesDate Played: 30th September 2020Party Size: 1Recommended For: Kids/Teens *screams* I love The School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! After honestly some of the most […]Read More

Escape Room Mystery

Breakin’: Sherlock’s Despair

21st of October 1891, London. A dark silence hangs over 221B Baker Street. The great detective Sherlock Holmes has been discovered dead, washed up in the gutters outside a seedy East End opium den. Without his nemesis, the wicked Professor James Moriarty plots world domination from the shadows. You - Sherlock's oldest friends and faithful assistants - are now the only hope of stopping him.Read More

Escape Room Mystery

Time Run Presents: Sherlock: The Game is Now

Sherlock the Game is Now 221B Review - London needs Sherlock. Instead, it has you. Sherlock is absent. As a rash of break-ins ripple across the capital, one thing is clear: his brilliance is required. Mycroft Holmes has put out the call. The Network seeks recruits: volunteers with sharp eyes, keen wits and a hunger for adventure. Can you step into the shoes of the legendary detective? Good luck: The Game Is Now.Read More

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A Brief Guide to Geocaching

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

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A Brief Guide to Randonauting

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