This week join Danny, Anna and Jon as they find themselves confronting Mike's terrifying creation of Mecha Richard Osman's deadly quiz show.
Massive thanks to Hill Burton for suggesting the quiz question puzzles for this episode - they're absolutely fiendish and it was great fun building a ridiculous episode around them.
Also you might notice that this episode has some iffy audio! Poor ol' Danny managed to goof on his audio settings and recorded his voice track with his webcam rather than his very posh and expensive microphone. Also our track backup solution (CraigBot) has been letting us down of late - so no backup. Whoopsiedoodles.
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Is this our shortest episode ever? It could well be - join Aled, Laura and Jamie as they storm through Dom's sneaky post-it production line puzzle.
Also Mike briefly shows up to say the hellos, and then pisses off downstairs for what he thought would be a lovely quiet beer.
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We're joined this week by Cici and Brandon from ESCAPETHEROOMers; an Escape Room focused youtube channel and review site, based out of New York. Jon picks their brains about their show, the industry more generally and their favourite UK room, then we get down to the good stuff and give them a room to solve!
Will Cici use Delilah in the right orifice?
Will Brandon make it through the show with that much whisky inside him?
Has Jon considered the consequences of giving his solvers access to the miracle of Fire?
Tune in and find out!
Ever had that dream? You know, the one where a giant four year old decides to play dressup with you after setting an arbitrary thirty minute Escape Timer? Yeah, me too. And now, so have Dom, Mike and Aled.
Will Mike make a good Baby?
Will Dom ever sound happy on the inside?
Will Aled leave Mike hanging?
Tune in, find out!
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Hi folks, bit of a special one for you this week! We got contacted by the Puzzleverse Inc a few months back, wanting to know if we'd like to play and record one of their rooms. We said yes, and this was the result! We had an absolute blast, and our host Jayden was great.
So bit of a departure this week, as you join Mike, Ben, Bailey, Tony, Aled and Laura in solving a crisis on the International Space Station!
We've done our best to describe what we're seeing on the stream and screen as we go, but heck - if you're just missing big group escape rooms this might provide some lovely soothing ambient audio to take you right back to them.
We'd heartily encourage you to check them out if you fancy a fun group escape experience. You can check out their games at https://www.thepuzzleverse.ca/
We are returned! And Normal Service has resumed. And by "normal" I mean a half dozen unbroadcastable outbursts followed by some light philosophy while locked in an Imaginary Fun Prison. Alone.
Poor Danny, Poor, Lonely, Danny.
EDIT: There was a technical issue with the end of this episode. I've fixed and reuploaded but you might need to refresh your feed/redownload for the fixed version to come through.
Welcome back from the TIERrifically good holiday!
This week join Anna, Chris, and Dom as they attempt to prove their innocence at the customs office!
What will Dom try to rub in his gums?
How does Chris forget his ability to get hot and sticky?
What does Anna have on her new t-shirt?
Some things you will never know! But for others you'll need to listen to this week's episode of The Infinite Escape Room!
This week, Aled and Chris find themselves on the wrong side of everyone's favorite nonagenarian documentarian, David Attenborough - as Mike takes them through some 2000s indie goings on in the heart of the Congo basin.
Now something you should know, is that you're going to hear about this Gorilla called Clint. He's pretty cool, and he wears a cowboy hat. You might be interested to know what gestures he's making with his gorilla hands. They look a little like this:
The sequence is important. I hope you don't forget that. Chris and Aled did.
Also who remembers the Gorillaz?
As ever, if you enjoy the episode - then hit us up on the Twitters or the Facebook. And if you really really enjoyed it, like a whole bunch, then why not chuck us a squid on Patreon?
This week Bailey, Aled and Jordan find themselves to be guests at a very lovely wedding. Join them as they:
- Marvel at how nothing bad happens!
- Ignore the German with the Luger and the blood of three men on his hands!
- Wonder at the tasteful decorations!
- Get their thinking caps on for the speeches!
Here's the Polaroid clue for your own viewing pleasure:
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PS - This episode is dedicated to marriage of Danny and Amy Nicholls, who put on a belting wedding and the first major social event any of us had experienced in 18 months. IT WAS GLORIOUS. Lots of love , Mike x
It's been suggested by some that my episodes are unecessarily bleak. To remedy this, I give you Escape The Car Crash, featuring Michael Buble.
Will Mike recover from being a Cyclist?
Will Jamie make a good Poultergeist?
Will Aled ever forgive me?
Tune in and find out.
This week, join Bailey, Alan and Danny as they escape the harrowing Wye Valley. A camping trip, a great dane, an whole shitload full of rain. This episode has it all. And the crazy thing? It all actually happened.
If you're interested in your own real life end-of-the-world weather experience then check out Beeches Farm Campsite? The weather is always dire but the view is incredible.
And if you enjoy listening to people re-live traumatic camping trips, why not chuck us a quid via Patreon, or hit us up on the Twitters or the Facebook?
Unusually starting this episode with a PSA. The subject matter of this room hinges on a suicide attempt which some listeners might, understandably, not want to make light of in any way. While I hope we handle it sensitively, it may not be for everyone.
Hopefully helpfully, if this troubles you in a serious way, you may want to talk to someone about it.
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This week the team find themselves locked in a self-driving Van with everything they posess and the ominous number 5.
Will Ben be able to pronounce his own name?
Will Anna murder another slug?
Will Jamie make it to his second Jab?
Would Dom make a good Poultergeist?
And finally, when Jon meets St Peter at the Pearly Gates, will he ever be forgiven for this...