August 20, 2013, 11:28 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Four years after the original 2.8 Hours Later outbreak, the world's most terrifying street game returns to London. The aim is simple: outrun the zombies and reach the Asylum, a survivor's camp which consists of plenty of beer and dancing. But, will players be able to hold their nerve? In a world of government corruption, quarantine, borders and murder, it's easy to crack under the pressure. After all that physical exertion, players can rest their weary heads on a pillow at one of many London hotels bookable through LondonTown.com.
Starting from a secret London border, players are issued with a map and an address of the first location to reach. Once/if successful, they must then continue to use cryptic clues to hunt down check points until finally reaching the safe haven - think of it as a cross between 28 Weeks Later and ClueQuest, London's newest live escape game.Upon reaching the Asylum, players are scanned to detect infection. If contaminated, they will be whisked away and transformed into one of the living dead; don't fret though, even zombies are invited to party the night away. Then all that's left to do is enjoy a rewarding drink (or many) and partake in some deadly dance offs.
The game spans across six UK cities and will be in London for ten nights later in the year, running from the 17th October to 2nd November. The game is priced in three tiers, all offering the exact same experience but with prices increasing with time.
Find out about all the best events taking place in London throughout the rest of 2013 by visiting LondonTown.com, where all the top events, happenings and openings are listed.
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