*Underground Murder – Virtual Escaping – Home Play Game*

Escapes On A Train. Well, a virtual train. And you don’t really have to escape, you just have to stop the murderer escaping. And it’s not really the Underground, more the Subway (not the sandwich shop). But, the good news, there is definitely a murder. Possibly not such good news for the victim. Oh, just read the review, here.

*Who Killed Bugsy Marlowe? – Great Scott Escapes – Home Play Game*

The year, 1937. The scene, three clueless dames trapped in a classy hotel with a corpse, a murderer and more clues than a Raymond Chandler hot dream. Enter, our hero (from IT) to save us from a terrible fate…

Read more, here…

*Unboxing The Mind Of A Cryptic Killer – Eleven Puzzles – Home Play Game*

We’ve played a wide range of online games during lockdown – I promise I’m trying to get more reviews up! This quirky game is definitely worth a look, for lovers of crime dramas, noirish detectives, nautical puzzles and bomb defusal (isn’t that everybody?)

To learn more about this game, read on here…

Ram Raid – Escape Reading – Reading

Reading in Berkshire always sounds like such a genteel place, to me. Not known for smash ‘n’ grab, pocket the dosh, break the bank-type exploits. But that’s the sort of thing Aunty Ant and her team get up to, when I’m not paying attention. Sigh. Next time, I’ll have to make sure I go with them, because it sounds like loads of fun…click here for more.

Sherlock: The Game Is Now – Time Run – London

Lockdown sucks – it’s hard to get motivated writing about fabulous Escape Rooms when it seems like an age before we can play again. So, cheering myself up by reviewing one of our favourite games from earlier this year, when the world was normal.

We love, love, love Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock. So the official Escape Room of the series was a must play. Read more here…

CSI: Panic Room – Clue HQ – Harrogate

I’ve always liked the idea of playing detective. Too much 80s pop American crime drama and reading Harriet The Spy, I suppose. To see how we got on in Clue HQ Harrogate’s police investigation room, read on. Bring your best magnifying glass/bloodhound/pathologist/alcohol dependency issues with you.