Six beat the Sheep at clueQuest
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Six Beat the Sheep
Simply Baa-rilliant Team Social at ClueQuest
Cogence Search's London legal recruitment team recently outwitted Mr Q's arch nemesis Professor BlackSheep. They thwarted his vicious new plan to rule humankind by deactivating his SheepMutator to stop the Professor's wicked plan of turning humans into sheep in less than an hour.
THE AIM OF THE GAME
Aside from the socialising, of course. Well, clueQuest, based in Kings Cross, is 'the Live Escape Game' and 'Revenge of the Sheep' is the ultmate test of teamwork and brains. The team is locked in a tiny room and their only means of escape is to solve a series of puzzles and mysteries. It requires logic and teamwork and a great sense of humour.
A CLOSE SHAVE
Anouska Tamony, Manisha Vegad, Michael Madigan, Arabella Feltham, Mark Husband and Cogence's Head of Resource, Ahmed Shahin had a mere 60 minutes to escape from the room and the evilly rambunctuous Professor BlackSheep and his SheepMutator. It was a close run thing, say my (mint) sources, but they were out in 59 minutes and 31 seconds.
Fancy a bit of team bonding? www.cluequest.co.uk
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