101 Commercial Room, E1 1RD
The winter came, the wall fell and the army of the dead destroying everything in their path is already approaching the first kingdom of people. Mankind has nothing to do but to prepare for war – not for the throne, the crown, but for the life itself. Will our children see the sunrise after the long night or will the winter swallow you forever?
While armies of people gather all resources to stand against OTHERS, our commander prepared an elite unit of the bravest soldiers who are sent to the north, outside the wall, further the kingdom of wild people, to the heart of the kingdom of Others, to a place nobody knows for sure about, which many even do not believe in, to the throne room of the snow king.
The supreme oracle of people explained that the king of night can be killed neither by dragon steel nor by magic – it can be killed by nothing until his artifact exists, and it is kept in the throne room.show full description
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Having had some mixed experiences with London Escaped previously, I returned with some trepidation to try their most recent three games. White Walker is a curious offering: if you've visited the venue since the game's installation you can't have failed to notice it, a stand-alone, highly ornate room-sized box plonked down in the middle of their large lobby area. Covered in frosty spikes and gargoyles, it's a cube perhaps ten or twelve foot across that makes little effort to hide its Game of Thro...
A very disappointing game, with puzzles that we rarely seemed to enjoy, plenty of confusion and decoration that wasn't as impressive as some of their other games.