Escape Land: Right To The Throne

By | March 20, 2019

by Escape Land (website)

37-39 Oxford Street, W1D 2DU

Central London

2-6 players

60 minutes

The Empire is in a great danger. The rightful heir to the throne has disappeared with no trace. Can you find out what happened to her and restore the peace? The future of the empire is in your hands…
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Rated between 30 and 35 out of 5

based on ratings from 1 user
combined with 4 pro reviews

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Charly expert rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5
Team size: 5 Outcome: Successful escape!

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Escape Land is hidden away in a basement found behind an unobtrusive door on Oxford Street that I must have walked past a dozen times without noticing before. They were among the earlier set of escape rooms to open in London, and I've intending to visit while not quite getting round to it for far too long now.
The first game we played was Professor Oxford's Experiments. This was previously known as Escape from the Age of Steampunk, and although it's apparently been somewhat revamped as well as ...
Note that this has since been renamed Dr Oxford's Experiments and relocated to Oxford Street. You can find out about the new location by reading my review of their second game. Outside the room By now I was starting to see a theme to where escape rooms are located – Escape Land is another room
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We had heard a few middling things about this game: that it was okay but a bit easy. That was not our experience at all! After a little bit of wondering to find the venue (it’s interesting to note that many escape rooms are located far off the beaten track, and that’s something you can probably only do now that Google Maps exists) we arrive at the small waiting area, and were briefed on the game.
Relatively basic and straightforward room with a Steampunk theme. A few complex puzzles but something for everyone. Pleasingly non-linear. High level of combination locks.

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