Budding Witches and Wizards wanted for new Edinburgh outdoor adventure game

Witches and wizards across the Capital are called upon for adventure gameWitches and wizards across the Capital are called upon for adventure game
Witches and wizards across the Capital are called upon for adventure game
A magical outdoor murder-mystery experience is coming to Edinburgh this month

Dig out your cloaks and wands, budding witches and wizards have been called upon in the Capital to take part in a spell-binding outdoor adventure game taking place at the end of the month.

Award-winning British games studio CluedUpp who specialise in immersive games which use participant’s detective skills are coming to Edinburgh with a Witchcraft and Wizardry themed outdoor adventure game.

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The activity is described to ‘take your team on a mysterious and magical journey across town’ where those playing will work together to crack the clues, solve the puzzles and save the realm within a time constraint.

One ticket is needed per team and teams can be played by up to six people. The outdoor escape-style game will take place on Saturday 29 August 2020.

Players can start anytime between 9am and 2pm from a secret location which is yet to be revealed.

There will be prizes on offer for the fastest team, best witches and wizard inspired fancy dress, best team picture, best team name, best little detective (kids prize) and best K-9 (dogs prize).

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A team ticket for up to six costs £36 and can be purchased from the

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