Time Run: The Lance of Longinus

By | March 20, 2019

by Time Run (website)

9-15 Helmsley Place, E8 3SB

East London

3-6 players

60 minutes

Dive through a time portal, then voyage through forgotten and undiscovered worlds on a quest for an object of unfathomable power. Run through time, against clock, to track down the Lance of Longinus - before your 60 minutes are up.
- A deep, exploratory quest across multiple time periods.
- Track down and safeguard a powerful weapon, lost to history.
- Become the protagonists in your own, amazing, cinematic adventure
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Overall rating

Rated between 45 and 50 out of 5

based on ratings from 4 users
combined with 6 pro reviews

Player reviews

Matthew Canner rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Flutter.dumplin rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Barry Hammond experienced rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5
Roory experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5

Reviews by escape room review sites

Time Run's debut room raised the bar for escape games everywhere - it's a cinematic experience way beyond any normal escape room.
Even the entrance door is special, a beautifully fashioned custom creation. You may get to admire it for a while, since arriving early is a no-no - you'll be unceremoniously told to wait up until the very minute you're scheduled for. However, once inside the immersion is immediate, with an impeccably dressed host who is constantly in character. The exit after having ...
Outside the room It was clear, right from the start, that Time Run was going to be something special. When it first popped into my inbox, a quick look at the website hinted at production values well beyond anything else currently available in London. The site beckons you in, beguiles you as it swishes around the screen, and hooks you
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