Time Out says
This Kennington escape game’s packed full of cool paraphernalia set against a World War II backdrop. The theme is 'Battle for Britain’, and it’s a bit different to your usual escape game. Instead of having to escape within 60 minutes, your aim is to ‘shoot down’ as many Luftwaffe planes as possible by solving clues that help you to identify their location on a map. Whilst there’s currently only one room on offer, this means that it feels a lot more of a well-honed experience than most offerings you find in a multi-room establishment: the sets are very impressive and there are some great bits of technical trickery too. Be warned, though: it’s fairly tricky. Still, that also means that it’s very, very rewarding.
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4.6 / 5
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Its that time of year when you are reluctant to pay money to be in a room with a bunch of strangers, just to spend your whole time trying to get...usual clubbing night, right? Well, same concept, but a whole lot more fun. With amazing attention to detail, a WWII-themed escape room is just want you need to get the ole brain working. A real life puzzle and escape game (would totally appeal to those who were into Myst and Riven as teenagers), this is so much fun, and whilst you maybe think it'll be a little immature or goofy for you, all the 5 stars its been getting are no joke. Get some mates, and test your noodle trying to escape under an hour.
I had a fantastic, fun fueled and quick whitted evening escaping the WWII rooms. The whole 60 minutes my brain was working full time figuring out the ingenious and inventive challenges with my team of comrades. I was over the moon when we escaped with 1:53 minutes left on the clock (do the moon walk)
One of the best WWII escape games we've played. We went to Escape Plan thinking it would be similar to other WWII escape rooms we've played in other cities but it was so much better than that! The puzzles were very creative and the finale made us feel so proud of ourselves. Great for a fun time with friends
It was bit of a mission finding the venue before 10am in the morning, the day after new years day, to celebrate my cousin's 30th birthday! We didn't know what to expect as we climbed the stairs to the venue which had an aura of 2nd world war days which was incidentally also the theme of the escape plan rooms. We were briefed by the lovely Brendan who also made an effort to remember our names and were let in the first room after a short brief. There were certainly plenty of puzzles whereby the codes needed to be cracked to open various padlocks in that room and then to get into the second room and finally 3 locks to get out. We certainly needed to use our allowed 3 hints and just made it out with over a minute to spare. Definitely an exhilarating experience and can't wait to try out Brendan's new escape plan rooms which he plans to open soon. At the end, we also had an opportunity to get pics taken in the hats and other props in the room. Highly recommended indeed!
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