Escape room firm to open three new attractions including horror themed morgue on Northampton leisure park

Work is underway to open three new Crystal Maze-style escape rooms in Northampton, which sees players use their initiative to crack challenging codes leading to their fraught escape.

Tuesday, 30th January 2018, 5:19 pm
Updated Wednesday, 31st January 2018, 6:27 am
46 Below.

Trapp'd, which already plays host to The Molten Creek Mine and Monosphere rooms in their venue in The Mounts, has this week revealed that they will open three new attractions in Billing Aquadrome in March.

The first room named '46 Below' will be modelled on the scene of an Antarctic plane crash where survival is the only thing on participants minds.

It is down to them to signal for help and establish communication. But first they must find out exactly where they have landed.

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Dead on Arrival.

Players who take on 'Dead on Arrival' attraction will start on a long car journey home, with no other vehicle in sight. They see a flash, hear a crash, and feel the impact and then... nothing.

But the players are not dead. The next time they stir they feel a cold, hard surface beneath them and are being kidnapped to order. Players will have to beat the clock to find their way out of a dead man’s freezer.

Lastly, the 'Exordium' room is a mission to planet Mars in order to save Earth. The mission is to obtain the Tetrahedron and fire it back to earth where the other scientists will begin initiation.

A countdown begins on the screen and the shuttle begins to hum and shake. Initiative and logic will be players biggest assets from here on out.


Up to six players can take part in any Trapp'd escape room, for more information click:

Dead on Arrival.