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London escape rooms receive makeover

Chronos One Escape Rooms in Eltham is celebrating a new name and is getting a brand-new look, with a little help from one of the UK’s top theme park design companies.

Formerly known as Eltham Escape Rooms, Chronos One Escape Rooms has enlisted the help of Dead Walk Designs to transform its entrance zone and give guests a truly immersive greeting. Dead Walk Designs is known for creating adventurous escape rooms, as well as features for attractions such as Alton Towers, Madame Tussauds and LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.

The exciting new area is teased to have a sleek sci-fi aesthetic, like a spaceship straight out of the cinema screen. Here, players will feel as if they are being transported through time and space to one of the many worlds they can explore in the escape rooms, where they must race against the clock to solve a number of fun puzzles. To bring this look to life, staff are donning specially-made uniforms, and a new logo has been introduced as a throwback to the venue’s very first escape room. Guests will be able to enjoy the new look this summer.

Each escape room has a unique theme, from Jack the Ripper to Neverland. Dead Walk Designs was responsible for creating the newest puzzle experience, The Temple of the Forbidden Idol, which involves state-of-the-art tech and outstanding visual artistry. There are even life-like smells from AromaPrime, who are responsible for making the atmospheric pongs at Thorpe Park, Chessington World of Adventures and The London Dungeon.

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