A Zelda themed escape the room challenge is coming to London

David Ellis
Find the master sword: the challenge is based around the popular game: Nintendo

A Zelda-themed escape the room challenge is set to arrive in London this summer.

The ‘Defenders of the Triforce’ game will come to the capital from July 14 – 16 at the Islington Assembly Hall, with only five sessions available each day.

Tickets for the 90 minute session start at £29. Unlike usual events of these type, in which small teams work together to break free of a room before the time is up, Defenders of the Triforce will see up to 160 players all competing in a giant hall. However, organisers say groups will be working by themselves and not competing with others teams.

Game players will encounter Zelda-themed puzzles and characters from the series, including members of the Goron, Zora and Kokiri tribes and will work in an effort to save the Hyrule Kingdom.

The challenge is currently touring across the globe, having stopped off in LA, San Diego, Seattle and Chicago. It’s set to head to Vancouver, Paris, Barcelona and Cologne.

For more information, visit uk.scrapzelda.com

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