TimeTrap Escape Rooms: Imaginarium

By | March 20, 2019

by TimeTrap Escape Rooms (website)

11 Friar Street, RG1 1DB​


4-8 players

Languages: EN

60 minutes

In 1863, Professor Potch’s favourite author, Lewis Carroll, has been caught up in a horse and cart accident in Bucklebury market, and is now in hospital suffering from a head injury…
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Quite a number of escape companies use a time travel premise for their games, and the first game I played at TimeTrap demonstrated a stronger than average grasp of historical detail. So it was a surprise to find that in Imaginarium, although it theoretically sends you back to the year 1863, the setting is more whimsical and fantastical than Victorian. But then, this is a game based around Lewis Carroll and Alice In Wonderland.
The other Alice-themed games I've played have all cast the players a...
The second outing from the impressive Time Trap team in Reading. An interesting take on the Alice in Wonderland theme, this game saw us entering Lewis Carroll's mind in order to restore the memories he used to create his most famous book.

A really fun room that encapsulates the spirit of Alice in Wonderland perfectly. Puzzles on theme, set looking great, generally just a good room all round

We are given a recommendation to visit TimeTrap whilst we're in Reading, and we aren't disappointed!

We’ve played a few rooms that use Alice in Wonderland as the theme, and it was a pleasant surprise to find this story and theme put a twist on the whole thing.

There were a number of unique puzzles that made for an interesting room. 

Take lots of lights, one large dose of Lewis Carroll, and a range of puzzles, and you’re somewhere in the right direction. TimeTrap let their imagination run wild… did it work?

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