Time Out says
Mission Breakout is located inside South Kentish Town tube station, which closed to the public in 1924. It’s touches like this that are very much the appeal of this WWII-themed effort, with staff dressed in 1940s army gear and corridors pumped with dry ice as you enter the building. A video of an actor pretending to be Winston Churchill informs you that you need to help him decode a load of encrypted nazi messages before you’re locked into a room that’s full of impressively authentic-looking WWII-era machinery that you need to use to escape the room in 60 minutes. It’s a very impressive visual spectacle.
The gameplay is perhaps a bit less exciting. At times it can feel less like you’re playing a brilliantly designed game than you are interacting with an impressive set. Rather than multiple puzzles to be taken on at once, there’s only one problem to be solved at a time, which means it lacks the high-energy excitement of other escape games. Nonetheless, it’s a reasonably enjoyable experience. Until, that is, you come to the finale. At which point, it took us a full, hair-pullingly frustrating 20 minutes of pressing the same buttons over and over (and over) again to decode a message. Frankly, the gameplay leaves a little to be desired, but ultimately, how often do you get to take a trip into an abandoned tube station that gives you a fairly decent escape game into the bargain?
The fully immersive game is taking place in the disused tube station called « South Kentish Town » that closed in 1924!
Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is simple!
Locked up inside a room in the historic building, your team has 60 minutes to escape from the abandoned place using your mind, good sense and teamwork to solve a series of puzzles, find the clues and manipulate mysterious machines!
Effective communication, time management and group determination are the keys to bring your team to escape!
Challenge your team from 3 to 6 players with family, friends or colleagues and enjoy the new and innovative live experience inspired on the true story of the ghost tube station!
Enjoy the new entertaining indoor game open from Monday to Sunday, 10 am - 10 pm, bank holidays and school holidays!
141-145 Kentish Town Rd
|Transport:||Tube: Camden Town|
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Users say (8)
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Great fun ! We did few escapes room and this one was definitely the best one ! Very immersive game, great location, staff was helpful, would recommend it to anyone.
Amazing location! Very well planned and organised! Not so easy and we were very close to escape! Our host made the experience even more better giving us clues at the right time!
Would highly recommend it!
I disagree. There is loads to do in the room! It's an amazing experience set in an incredible venue. The staff are energetic and get you excited for the game. The enigma machine is difficult to use, however once you understand what to do with it, it is simple. Fantastic game; probably the best escape room in London. I escaped with 4 minutes to spare. Most escape rooms are not as heavily themed and captivating.