Agent November: Major X Ploe-Shun (classic edition)

By | March 20, 2019

by Agent November (website)

Central London

3-7 players

60 minutes

Major X Ploe-Shun has gone missing
He was investigating Marty Orri
The Major has either been captured or he has defected to the enemy!​
Major X Ploe-Shun has now sent us a mysterious briefcase containing a nuclear EMP device.
Your team must defuse the device and save London!
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Rated between 35 and 40 out of 5

based on 3 pro reviews

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Agent November is unusual in that they run outdoor escape games (though some of their other games are run indoors). Naturally, we played on a cold, rainy afternoon in January, which must be close to the worst conditions to play it in; and despite that it managed to be huge fun, in large part thanks to the entertaining host.
I wasn't sure exactly what to expect - would this be closer to a street game or clue trail than a normal escape room? In fact, it felt very much like a normal escape room, s...
The original Agent November game recreates an escape room vibe in a London park. Expect a fun game with a very small amount of walking in a safe environment and a variety of puzzles using the local space.
Major X Plow-Shun is, essentially, an outdoor escape room. It sounds like it shouldn’t work, but it’s surprising, once you get started and over the novelty, how much like a traditional room it feels. The game starts by meeting with the host at a nearby pub, and there’s a briefing followed by a quick initial scavenger hunt in the pub itself, before we’re led over to the park. HQ is set up on a nearby bench, including items found the hunt (lock-boxes, etc) and a large briefcase, the nuclear “device” (we don’t use the “b-word” in a public London park) we need to disarm.

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