Komnata Quest Central London: Doctor Frankenstein

By | March 20, 2019

by Komnata Quest Central London (website)

181 Drury Ln, WC2B 5QF

Central London

2-6 players

60 minutes

Some say that the inspiration for the character of doctor Frankenstein came from Johann Conrad Dippel, a German scientist, who was born in the Frankenstein castle. Could they be right? In the mystical world of steam machines and airships you have only one hour to revitalize a homunculus and unravel Frankenstein's mystery. You will follow in the mad scientist's footsteps to complete his final experiment and attempt to reanimate the body of Frankenstein's Creature!
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Well known in the U.S., Komnata made it to London last year and has been steadily opening games since. Doctor Frankenstein is one of two games at their initial location on Drury Lane, and is a theme that’s impossible to describe without repeated use of the word β€˜steampunk’ - while there’s an obvious inspiration from the Mary Shelley novel, the visual style owes more to the sort of Camden stall that sells darkened goggles, Victorian waistcoats and masks decorated with metal cogwheels.
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Come up to the lab and see what's on the slab! We donned our brass goggles and sallied forth into the study of a mysterious, eccentric Doctor to investigate his final experiment...

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