New tickets have been released for Hiddencity’s Moriarty’s Game , which sees teams discover London through a series of cryptic clues…
Created by the cryptic city trail innovator HiddenCity, this unique way of seeing the city is available to take part in until the 1st September 2016.
Launching on the 2nd of December, this is the 28th trail created by HiddenCity and has gained strong reviews from critics and selling out on weekend dates.
The Stage:**** Natasha Tripney said: “While the denouement is rather underwhelming, the game itself is a pleasure to play.”
Culture Whisper: **** “this tricky trail is an invigorating and original London day out for tourists and locals alike.”
This latest trail is inspired by characters from Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel The Final Problem and sees participants exploring exhibitions in a Mayfair townhouse, examining contemporary architecture as well as drinking in Georgian public houses as they solve puzzles that are sent by text messages, all in aid of finding Moriarty’s secret safe house.
Each clue that is given will direct players to a new secret location that is within walking distance, and asks a specific question about the surroundings.If participants provide the correct answer, then they receive the next clue.
As a unique way to experience the city, Moriarty’s Game sees players taking part in their very own detective mystery while interacting with the real world.
HiddenCity was originally created by two brothers who wanted their friends to have a unique city experience. Now there are trails operating in Birmingham and Manchester as well as London.
Moriarty’s Game is now booking until the 1st September. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.inthehiddencity.com/london/moriartys-game .