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Phobos-17

📷 credit @lovepopupslondon

Hidden within the Artworks in Elephant & Castle is the abandoned Russian vessel Phobos-17 from the people Mostly Harmless Games.

The target tonight was to find the hidden uranium and to get back to safety. Now can me and crew from the team at @lovepopupslondon solve the clues and successfully escape?

As a group of four I felt that was just around the right amount of people for the room any bigger and it could get a tad crowded.

The introduction was done just outside of the room..a little bit of a squeeze but you aren’t there for too long.

There was no instructions on the type of locks we would encounter like some games, maybe cause we told him between us we had a good amount of experience? Bad idea I think?

I really enjoyed being in charge of Ted…our manual timer. We was told that the exposure to uranium on board could disintegrate us in 60 minutes so we have to get out before time is up.

I have always preferred escape room where it is not a linear game, this means everyone in your group can participate in solving clues at the same time.. There are logical puzzels, manual games to solve and cryptic clues to solve.

We had to ask for a few clues, however..the room really challenges and demands team work.

I have been advised that the current venue is temporary, however the decor and props are totally different from ones I have seen before and bonus points for that!

Hopefully once they have a permanent venue, the way they deliver the clues maybe more clearer, as we did feel we couldn’t hear the game master and he did have to come into the room to give us the clue.

Luckily we managed to escape in 56:38 minutes.. definitely not their fastest..(heard it was just over 30mins) from someone who has done over 4000 games..well was never gonna beat that were we?

Totally give this a 4 star from the games we had to solve.

*This is a sponsored post but all reviews are my own.

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