Escape Rooms Angel

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Escape Room Angel

This is the second branch of Escape Rooms – the first based in London Bridge. There are two space age rooms to choose from, 'Project DIVA' and 'The Dark Side of the Moon'. The former is set in the year 2038 and your team must rescue a failing research station orbiting Mars. The latter is (surprise, surprise) set on the moon, where you and your team need to destroy anything left by the Nazis during the Cold War. Recommended group sizes are three to six.

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Venue name: Escape Rooms Angel
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Address: Unit 2
3 Lever St
London
EC1V 3QU
Transport: Tube: Angel
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tastemaker

Wow what can I say but last night I played Project D.I.V.A. which I was transported to the future to a space station set in Mars. It was up to me and my team (Love Pop ups London) to destroy a corrupt D.I.V.A (Defence Interactive Virtual Assistant) whom sent us a cryptic message warning us of immediate death to all humanity. 


We had to intercept ER-27, get on board and destroy D.I.V.A and regain control of the station by infiltrating her core and removing her 4 hard drives to disable her.


I loved this room with it's high tech technology gadgets and the puzzles. Most puzzles involve lots of numerical coding so if you love codes and maths you'll love this. I would most certainly recommend this room but highly recommend 4 or more players. 


This is now one of my top 5 greatest escape rooms. 

Tastemaker

A truly out of this world experience. By far the most interactive escape game I've played and a vast improvement on their others at London Bridge which feel a little old and battered. These two new games hidden away in Angel are the polar opposite and embrace the two themes they are based on. We played Project D.I.V.A where our group were sent to Mars 2038 to help regain control of a defense and research station which had been taken over by an A.I, threatening death to mankind.

Without giving too much away there is plenty to do for everyone, lots of gadgets and surprises along with a handheld phone for scanning and extra clues. Although I was sceptical about the linear fashion of the game (one clue at a time) it worked really well and meant we worked together as a team the whole way. I loved it!

Their other game The Dark Side of the Moon also sounds awesome (you get to use toy guns - whaaaat).

Both guys greeting and helping us were lovely and overall it was great fun!

tastemaker

The Year is 2038 and our civilisation is slowly conquering the solar system. The use of Artificial Intelligence is essential in paving our path to other planets and has even enabled us to begin terraforming Mars... This is the theme of this room and it was superbly done. 


The first thing we are given is iPhone’s to help without mission because it is modern times of course and we would all be lost without our phones and in this case quite literally. Without giving too much away, this high tech-focused room is so well thought out with a bit of crawling, jumping and climbing. Think The Big Bang Theory meets Indiana Jones with lasers.


I can't wait to do the other room.  


We had so much fun and loved how hi tech this escape room was! Everyone can get involved and would definitely recommend to groups and families!


Such a great day out! Everyone could get involved -  amazing fun! This one is probably the best escape room I have been to. Highly recommended!! 

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