Cryptology will be messing with your M.I.N.D….

With a new year here Cryptology Barnsley will be bringing true terror to the mining town of Barnsley. Cryptology believes that with HMS Cypher escape room ticking the cerebral box for puzzle difficulty and Insanctuary escape room taking you, ever so slightly, out of your comfort zone it is time that Cryptology Escape Rooms delved into the murky world of HORROR!
There is nothing to fear, but fear itself
So what is M.I.N.D?
In short this is the testing facility for the ‘Ministry in Neuro Design’. A secret private lab where we test the latest and greatest (most of the time) in neural gadgets. This latest test involves you and you are here to be a lab rat for a new neural implant. Unfortunately, we need to test this implant to it’s extremes and that means it will play on your fears. Don’t worry though, we almost never have issues during these tests, in fact 60% of the time it works every time.
This new live escape room experience will be based out of our Eldon Street location in the centre of Barnsley across from the new Glassworks market and Library.

Music Of Cryptology Builds

I’m a bit of a muso, I learned violin and trumpet in school, taught myself guitar (and then bass) and drums. Drums are a tricky beast, so I’m now having weekly lessons.

But there’s certain bands and/or albums that were synonymous with the creation of various Cryptology games.

The building of Cryptology Nottingham started in approximately April/May of 2015. At this point, the band of the moment for me was Of Monsters And Men.

However, I cannot pin a song to Cypherdyne’s creation. This whole creation process is quite a blur, but once opened work for The Crypt started and I have definite recollections to Crypt-building and their first album My Head Is An Animal.

Next creation at Cryptology was “The Basement Game” (this is being transferred, less about this, more to the choons!). This game started creation in February 2016, and this was deep in my Everything Everything phase, strengthened by seeing them in Nottingham in November of 2015.

So, the early stages without a doubt were consumed with their album Get To Heaven.

However, I have a fond memory of letting YouTube play classical music. The epic-game we were working on backed up with this soundtrack just seemed to work!

Next in chain of being built was HMS Cypher at Cryptology Barnsley. Whilst Simon may not possess my love for them (although I do not believe he dislikes them), his playlist now has these as a constant suggestion (back to Everything Everything).

So, that’s us up to date so far. What’ll be next?!