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The story of ‘Rebellion – 1136’

Following on from our last blog post where we revealed we will be creating escape games with a local connection, in this, we delve deeper into the plot of our newest game, ‘Rebellion – 1136’. This newest game is a massively evolved version of our very first game that we previewed at the Reading Fringe …

Escape Games with a Local Connection

It has been over two months since we finished our pop-up game in Great Expectations Hotel and Bar on London Street, and since then we have been running team building events for corporate clients in lots of different places around the South East, as well as working towards securing our permanent home in Central Reading. …

How to Create a Truly Immersive Escape Game

Good escape games are all about creative puzzles with a strong flow, tied together by an interesting back story. But great escape games take this shell and line it with immersion to deliver to its players, not only an experience, but an adventure. This blog takes a look at some of the ways this can …

Escape Games – The Newest Form of Entertainment

A popular gaming fashion brought into the real world, escape rooms are taking off all over the world. An activity popular with friends, families, tourists and corporate team-builders, an escape game involves being ‘locked’ in a room and working together to solve clues and puzzles in order to complete your quest and escape. The growth …

A Freshers Guide to Reading’s Gems

We like to think we have a pretty good perspective on ‘all things student’ in Reading here at TimeTrap. With our team being made up of graduates from the University we thought we’d combine our knowledge and try and come up with a list of all of the places that took us years to truly …

The Fringe and Beyond

It has been nearly two weeks now since our two day stint at the Reading Fringe Festival came to an end. We had a great time putting on our escape game in Reading and it was so great to see the hard work that went into our first room ‘The Dungeon’ pay off, with so …