Mission Accepted - Berlin
The game has great logical puzzles, hidden surprises and technical elements and is definitely worth a visit!
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Room escape games have been popping up all around the world in recent years and Mission Accepted is an exciting and challenging take on the concept. If you have never heard of a live escape game, the basic premise is that you and your team are locked in a room and have 60 minutes to complete the mission and escape. You will have to search the entire room and use your powers of deduction to uncover clues, solve riddles, and work together with your team mates to get out successfully. It will be one of the most engaging, exciting and immersive 60 minutes of your life.
The Mission (should you chose to accept it)
A female agent needs your help: She has uncovered a terrorist plot to blow up the BND and has started to investigate, but now the authorities are on to her and think she is crazy. Your team has exactly one hour to pick up where she left off, complete her research, discover the mastermind behind the plot, and stop them before it is too late.
The game has great logical puzzles, hidden surprises and technical elements that make for some great 'wow' moments. The setting and the storyline elements are very well thought out and realised, creating an extra level of pressure and excitement. Mission Accepted was designed and built by the team of game developers at Pfeffermind, and although they are usually confined to the virtual world, their experience in games creation pays dividends in this exciting and logical real world game.
Booking is dead easy, simply head to their website and fill in the online form...
Mission Accepted is a fun and challenging game that will appeal to both new and experienced players. When you arrive your gamemaster will give you a quick rundown of the game, with a few dos and don'ts to look out for in the game. The gamemaster will monitor your progress in the game and can send you hints if you get stuck at any particular point. There are no special dress requirements for the game, but we'd probably recommend avoiding formal attire.
Located across the road from the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND), the imposing German National Intelligence Centre, Mission Accepted is cleverly set amidst the world of spies and counterterrorism. The game is very easy to get to, close to the centre of Berlin, right next to the Schwartzkopfstraße U-Bahn station (U6). There are also quite a few interesting bars, cafes and restaurants within easy walking distance where you can head afterwards to celebrate or commiserate after completing the game.
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