The Celestial Chain is a new kind of escape room gaming in London Fields
PUBLISHED: 11:11 26 October 2016
From the pioneers of London's leading interactive adventure game comes a new, hyper reality mission.
From the pioneers of London’s leading interactive adventure game comes a new, hyper reality mission.
After the huge success and public acclaim of Time Run’s Lance of Longinus, the team have created a quest with more trials than ever before.
Under the instruction of Edwardian time traveller Luna Fox and her robotic assistant Babbage, The Celestial Chain puts players’ skill and ability to the test as they journey through several different time zones completing missions in their pursuit of saving the world.
A corrupt goddess has broken free of her constraints and is seeking revenge for her imprisonment, casting ruin and devastation throughout the course of time.
This immersive experience requires Time Runners to battle against her malevolent forces, retrieving lost and hidden artefacts needed to ensnare the goddess.
The game puts groups’ teamwork and problem solving to the test, requiring them to complete puzzles and find codes to restore order to the fabric of time.
Updated scoring systems allow groups to compare their achievements against those of previous Time Runners, giving them the opportunity to revisit history and trump old scores.
The new format of the game also makes it possible for larger groups to compete head to head, with seven teams now able to complete the experience in just over two hours.
Time Run allows players to be the protagonist in their very own adventure as they determine their fate.
The Celestial Chain will offer a new type of adventure experience, innovating escape room gaming with a combination of cinematic and immersive features.
The Celestial Chain lasts for 90 minutes starting from November 24 at Helmsley Place, London Fields.
Prices range from £25 to 35. Information and tickets: