Escape Rooms: Project D.I.V.A.

By | March 20, 2019

by Escape Rooms (website)

Unit 2, 3 Lever Street, EC1V 3QU

Central London

3-7 players

Languages: EN

60 minutes

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.
However a few nights ago ER-27, one of our defence and research stations that is orbiting Mars, went totally silent. D.I.V.A (Defence Interactive Virtual Assistant) the stations A.I. sent us a cryptic message with depictions of death and soon after the station started falling into lower orbit. If it keeps descending at this rate it will impact the surface, destroying all our our research and the station itself, both of which are vital to our future colonisation efforts, we cannot afford to lose them.
As our finest agents, we are sending you on a mission to intercept ER-27, get on board and destroy D.I.V.A and regain control of the station. You will need to infiltrate her core and remove her 4 hard drives to disable her then use them to reboot the system . The future of humanity depends on you.
Are you Ready?
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Anonymous rated this:Rated between 20 and 20 out of 5
Mike S expert rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5
Rhea Eris experienced rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5
Miss Geeky rated this:Rated between 15 and 15 out of 5
Tim Cooper expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Played: Team size: 4 Time taken: 44:00 Outcome: Successful escape!
Flutter.dumplin experienced rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Played: 17.03.19 Team size: 4 Time taken: 57mins 42 Outcome: Successful escape!

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I went into Project D.I.V.A. thinking, wow! - but came out thinking, what a shame. This game has cool technology and stagecraft, let down by too many game weaknesses.
There's a huge contrast between Escape Rooms' new Angel games and their original, well-established London Bridge location. Where the older games are quite traditional in style, with games strongly structured around a clear series of puzzles, the new ones are technology-driven and visually spectacular.
Project D.I.V.A. uses an app...
Another high tech room from the Escape Rooms stable. As with their other Angel room, they've traded some of the more difficult puzzles for a more arcade game style play which will likely appeal to some players while turning others off.
Here’s a confession: I watch and enjoy the teen drama Pretty Little Liars. I’m not proud of that fact, my ex got me into it but I carried on watching it because it’s hugely compelling. Yes, it’s fluff, but it’s decently acted, decently written fluff with a ridiculous twist-filled story. I know it’s not good tele, but I really like it nonetheless.
The last Escape Room company we visited during our β€œTime Run” London weekend was the new venue by Escape Rooms London called Escape Rooms Angel. They already have a location with different rooms at London Bridge. We decided to go for the new, futuristic themed Escape Rooms and take on a fight against an evil A.I. […]

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