The Crystal Maze
Nothing explains 90s gaming quite like the a-maze-ing most watched mystery game television show The Crystal Maze. Team of 6 strangers having entered the Crystal Maze led through four themed zones by our very favourite Richard O’Brien. Never was the centre of attention really away from O’Brien’s individual and distinctive style, his long fur coat, skinny fit trousers and long sleek leather boots. Each zone the contestants entered was a room full of game, puzzle, challenge or test. Team was to choose one of their members to take on challenge selected by their host. They won a time crystal if succeeded and were locked in a room if failed which in turn required the team to expend a crystal to buy them out. Each crystal was worth 5 seconds in the grand finale where contestants now entered the Crystal Dome to finally realize ‘Ain’t there no place like Dome!’ Tickets being blown around inside the Dome by huge fans, idea was to gather as many gold tickets and as few silver ones as possible in the available time.
Boy, don’t we miss the 90s! So, what do you have to say about such incredible mystery making a sensational return into your life as a live participatory experience you’d die for? Lots actually, right? Clue Hunt brings you a bout that’s a room escape game, a clue finder, a mini-theatre and a live action flick all at the same time. A just another room at the first sight is later a crime scene full of clues. You yourself control the course of actions here and the goal is simple yet challenging. It dares you to think, it dares you to find out for the secret long lost just begs to get revealed.