A REAL-LIFE PUZZLE ADVENTURE UNCOVERING NORMAN SHENANIGANS IN NORWICH
Created by HISTORY MYSTERY
Norwich’s status as a city has been called into question. Dark rumours from the distant past have cast a shadow over the reputation of the Norman bishop who built its famous cathedral. Could he have been… a body snatcher?
Thankfully, the absent-minded city historian Professor Herbert Lozenge believes the truth can be found in time, but he’s stuck in London and needs your help to investigate the Normans’ dodgy dealings. To save Norwich’s well-earned reputation you must be his eyes on the ground, deciphering vital information that can only be found on the historic city’s streets!
The route includes some of Norwich's beautiful cobbled streets, please ensure that you are prepared for these uneven surfaces. Norwich Cathedral grounds currently close at dusk. Due to this, we advise playing REVOLTING EARLS & BODY SNATCHING BISHOPS during daylight hours and ensuring you allow plenty of time to enjoy and complete the game.
What: An outdoor adventure solving cryptic puzzles whilst exploring historic city sights When: Anytime during daylight hours Duration: 90 minutes average (no time limit) Starts from: Tombland, Norwich
What do I need:
Access a fully charged smartphone (Android or iOS compatible) A team of enthusiastic detectives (1 to 6 players per team) Around 90 minutes to solve the puzzles and win the game!
Games are entirely self-guided and unfold virtually via the Roamr mobile app, telling a thrilling story and exploring the city as you go. You can use up to 6 phones per team, with directions provided to each location and clues to help you solve all the puzzles. Don't worry, you can't get stuck, there are hints that will always help you out if you need them.
Players are free to compete for the best time or complete the game at their leisure. Most players complete the game in around 90 minutes.
Please note as a self-guided game, it is the users responsibility to adhere to the latest Government advice, laws and regulations regarding the current pandemic.