We now have four Raiders games - play them in any order:
Curatorial Cold Case
The Sunken Tea Set
Lost in Translation
Quest for the Family Jewels
Quest for the Family Ghouls
Let Us Begin!
A curatorial caper in a series of stunning museums!
When the clock starts, your team will have 90 minutes to crack the clues and hunt down the hidden secrets in one of London's museums.
With a live leaderboard, cryptic clues, surprise challenges and a roaming curator you'll have to think quickly to defeat teams of rival adventurers.
We now have three different Raiders games which you can take on in any order. Or for our Antipodean friends, there's also a Raiders game in Adelaide, South Australia!
|Location||Various museums in London|
|Accessible?||Yes - see notes on each game|
Think on Your Feet!
Discover the secrets of the museum: Crack cryptic clues, explore hidden corners and spot tiny details. React quickly when new clues open up or old ones close. And work together - you'll need sharp minds and sharp eyes for this one.
Outwit Your Opponents
You'll have competition from up to twenty other teams of Raiders at the same time. There are bonus points for the first team to crack each clue - and, more importantly, not everybody gets every clue at the same time. Keep an eye out. Follow each other. Lay false trails. Stay alert. With a live leaderboard on your phone, you'll know exactly who to watch out for.
Think Quickly, Move Slowly
Raiders of the Lost Archive is based on our hit Citydash game - but this time there'll be nobody chasing you (and no running in the museum!). We'll keep the pressure up with twists & turns, surprise clues and timed challenges, but you won't need your running shoes for this one - and you'll be inside throughout.
Honour and Glory
You'll have the chance to join the ranks of the Wingback Society, Lady and Gentleman Explorers who are known for their curiousity, courtesy, and conviviality. The Society will be observing; impress us not only with your wits, but with your conduct, and you'll be celebrated as one of our most esteemed explorers.