Conan Edogawa is one of the greatest detectives in Japanese animation, and in honor of this great anime detective, SCRAP has announced that there will be a brand new Real Escape Game based on Detective Conan series. The game is scheduled for December, and it will put the detective skills of participants to the test.
Called the “Shinsaibashi Chocolate Murder Case” Real Escape Game, participants must use some analytical prowess and nerves of steel to solve some puzzles as they investigate a new murder case. The real escape game will be held at the Ajito Obusu SCRAP in the Shinsaibashi Opa shopping station beginning this 12 December 2015 and will end on 31 January 2016.
Unlike most Real Escape Games, this one will be split into three portions, with the first part being the “Questioning” portion, and then into the “crime scene investigation”, before finally making it to the “Escape” portion of the game where participants must use all the clues gathered in the two previous portions.
Six people can participate in the game at once, with tickets costing 1,000 yen per person. This won’t be the first Detective Conan Real Escape Game however, as one was introduced back in 2013.
Source: Comic Natalie