NEWS: Fire Hazard Games Announces 80 Days: A Real-World Adventure

Running from the 11th July, Fire Hazard Games have released details of their latest adventure for adults.

Taking place at a secret location in Covent Garden and inspired by Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel Around the World in 80 Days, 80 Days: A Real-World Adventure is a new high energy urban adventure for adults.

The esteemed Mess’rs of the Reform Club (est 1841) have accepted your wager, and the expedition to race the clock around the globe is about to begin…

You have just 80 minutes to dash around London and raise funds, make critical expedition purchases, and decide whether to trust those who may help or hinder you along the way. Where is your rich aunt? Should you pack the case of sherry, or the fine mahogany chess set? And who’s got the map?! With cryptic clues, surprise challenges and multiple ways to win, this is a journey unlike any other.

Following on from their previous real-life immersive games include The Hunted Experience and John Le Carre’s The Circus, Fire Hazrd Games’ new experience will see players being guided by through the
game via a web app on their mobile phones, whilst also encountering a real cast of colourful characters as they make their way through London.

Featuring a live leaderboard, cryptic clues, surprise challenges and multiple ways to win, the journey concludes with a race around the world at Underbelly Festival Southbank, guided by the cast and crew.

Talking about the new experience, Michelle Hudson, Producer at Fire Hazard Games said: “We have been doing real-world games
for many years now, but are very excited about an experience based around this classic adventure story. With all of the uncertainty in the world today, we wanted to make a fun and fast-paced experience that will take people away from the every day for a few hours and put them in charge of their own grand expedition. We’re sure that 80 Days: A Real World Adventure will be just the ticket!”

80 Days: A Real World Adventure will run from the 11th July until the 29th September.

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