AIM Escape: Einstein Unsolved

By | July 14, 2020

by AIM Escape (website)

Goodman`s Fields, 8 Canter Way, E1 8PS

East London

2-4 players

120 mins
different
Albert Einstein died in 1955. What nobody expected was that the genius scientist hid a powerful artifact in a mysterious box. Since he wanted his secret to be found by worthy adventurers after his death, he placed clues all over the world. To this day, no-one has succeeded in finding the secret. But that will change with a single packing slip and a mysterious delivery.
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This is not your average play at home escape experience! The puzzles that are created out of pieces of paper are absolutely brilliant – we piloted a paper submarine around spinning icebergs, directed invisible lasers using paper mirrors and hit a golf ball over a paper obstacle course of London landmarks, all while following the story via some fantastic online videos.

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