Tuesday the 25th of April, clueQuest founder and owner, Gábor Papp, will join Dr. Scott Nicholson, Professor of Game Design and Development at Wilfrid Laurier University in Brantford, Ontario, Canada and Bob Melkus, CEO of escape game franchise Fox in a Box for a discussion about future paths of the Escape Room industry.
Win a £1,500 donation* this Christmas for a cause or charity close to your heart. More details in the article. *Terms and conditions apply.
Here at clueQuest we take Christmas seriously - so we wanted the first days of the festive season to find us fully prepared. Our halls are decked, the tree is up and Mr Q is feeling overwhelmingly generous: all teams who join us these holidays for some spy action fun will receive free personalised goodies. Find out more in the article.
We, at clueQuest, have hosted a lot of team building activities for various companies at our King’s Cross HQ and the demand for fun and ‘different’ team building activities such as ours continues to increase.
Our design team have always liked the idea of creating ‘mobile’ puzzles and challenges which could then be easily assembled and run from any location, so when Pan Macmillan, one of the UK’s leading book publishers, contacted us earlier this year to ask if we could create something that could be set up at Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival, in Harrogate, we said ‘YEAH’.
Mr Q is joining Ribbon and Beard on a 10 000 mile adventure this summer across mountain ranges, deserts, and more barren and inhospitable lands...all in the name of a good cause! Did we mention that their vehicle is an old ambullance? Click to read more about their amazing journey and how you can help them reach their destination in the heart of Mongolia.
Mr Q, clueQuest’s boss and chief superspy decided that it’s time for the agency to move to a new, bigger and better place. We will hold our last missions at the Liverpool Street HQ on the 1st of March. But fear not, clueQuest will open it’s brand new shiny improved headquarters at 169-171 Caledonian Road, King’s Cross St. Pancras on the 9th of March! For you cryptographers out there the post code is N1 0SL.