Here’s a question for bloggers: what would you do if you were no longer able to write about the current subject for your site? Would you take the decision to … Continue Reading What if <em>Later Levels</em> wasn’t about video games?
With the UK lockdown in force until at least May, many people here are finding they have plenty of spare time on their hands. While playing video games is a … Continue Reading <em>Space Observatory</em>: a puzzling experience
2019 was the year of the escape room. After completing my first one over 12 months ago while visiting Tim and Jake from Timlah’s Texts & Unity 3D Tech in … Continue Reading <em>Key Enigma</em>: the great escape
Video games are my preferred form of entertainment. As explained last year, I rarely watch films because I just can’t seem to focus for their duration; I’d much rather grab … Continue Reading Video game feeling – without the video game
My fondness for escape rooms shows no signs of stopping. I recently completed my sixth this year and it was my proudest achievement so far: we escaped with around 13 … Continue Reading London: the HiddenCity
Detective films and books? They don’t do anything for me. The pacing and typical private-investigator-with-personal-demons protagonist fail to keep me engrossed. But give me a video game with a detective … Continue Reading <em>Missing in Jericho</em>: the search begins
A trip to Bristol last weekend with the Later Levels and GeekOut UK crew saw us attempt an escape room at Locked In A Room. It’s my second experience, the … Continue Reading Locked in a room in Bristol
I’ve officially been bitten by the escape room bug. After completing my first one in January this year while visiting Tim, Jake and Joel from GeekOut South-West in Bristol, I’ve … Continue Reading Escape rooms: stepping up to the challenge