The Time Machine
The Wexell Corporation have designed a Time Machine, but unfortunately the first group to head into it never returned. Their actions have left rifts in time, altering history and the future in ways that we cannot fathom. The only way to save the world as we know it is to fix the Time Machine, but you’ll only have one minute to do so. If you fail, the machine will need to charge up before you can try again. Your only help is a small friendly robot called Wexie, and the Time Machine herself, who will try to spit you out in different timezones to try to teach you how to fix her.
A 90 minute adventure suitable for those that want to savour an experience, and fans of Doctor Who and sci-fi will love this.
The Phoenix Research
A Sherlock-esque investigation into Professor Bradley Samwell, the quirky head of research at the Wexell Corporation, who has gone missing. His bizarre disappearance coincides with the completion of some rather questionable, but valuable research on a project called ‘Phoenix’. The Wexell Corporation has asked your team, with your very specific set of skills, to investigate the missing employee and retrieve the research before the lawyers and police get involved. But what if there is more to this research, and this company than lies on the surface? Will you complete your task for Wexell or uncover a deeper conspiracy?
A Sherlock-esque investigation, great for nervous ‘escapers’ and beginners; there’s nothing in this room that should scare you, and multiple endings mean that beginners and experts alike will find the room suited to their skills.
The Testing Chamber
Defeat the rogue AI before she can take over the entire room.
The Wexell Corporation has developed an artificial intelligence, designed to create bespoke escape rooms that adapt to the competency of the players in real time. This exciting technology of tomorrow is not yet ready for widespread use, but this is your opportunity to get a sneak peek and apply to Wexell to become a beta-tester. You will be tasked with testing the system to it’s limits and provide feedback about how to improve it for the future; that is, as long as nothing goes wrong in the process.
A challenging room, great for escapers that want a little more immersive story, ‘experience’ and humour from their rooms. Also, fans of Portal!