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The Thames Tunnel at The Brunel Museum in London was the world’s first underwater tunnel, and Deadlocked Escape Rooms have collaborated with The Brunel Museum to create our most cinematic adventure yet.
What starts as a simple task of helping contractor Joey Beamish with some network tests soon explodes into a time travelling romp through the true stories of the Thames Tunnel.
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I enjoyed this game very much. It had a real magical atmosphere, the puzzles were Hi-Tech stuff, and James and Charlie were the usual charmers with their roles there. I recommend it a lot. Go ahead, play this and get ready to learn.
Fab game as you'd expect from Deadlocked. Great variety of puzzles with an immersive story and video to boot. Only cursed them once for their fiendishness and myself twice for my stupidity. Great fun. And the real stat: pokes = 3!
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I really enjoyed playing Tunnelling Through Time. It’s filled with the charm, humour and clever puzzle design we’ve come to know and love about Deadlocked.
We finished the game in just over an hour and we were a little sad that it had ended. As with their previous charity collaboration, this game is more accessible for less experienced escape room fans.
Die-hard puzzle veterans might get more of a brain workout from their meatier options – The Insiders and The Cyphstress – though there’s something for everyone to enjoy here.
Give it a go, support the museum and learn something while you play!
Overall, Tunnelling Through Time was a perfect collaboration for a great cause. The amazing experience steps back in time with interesting characters, unique puzzles & mini games. The diverse mix of escape room puzzles to fun mini game styled puzzles, opened up a enjoyable way to learn about some of the true stories of the Thames tunnel.