Real-Life Escape Game Teams Up with “Case Closed” for “Escape from the Skyscraper”

Players work *with* Detective Conan to plot their escape

The real-life group participation event “The Real Dasshutsu (Escape) Game” is teaming up with the anime series “Case Closed” to create a new event called “Escape from the Skyscraper,” which will tour 33 cities in Japan.



“The Real Dasshutsu Game” is a real-life group activity wherein participants use their wits and reflexes to escape from menacing mazes and solve puzzles. The game has been held in office buildings, schools, amusement parks, hotels, and even Tokyo Dome -- and each game has a unique mystery store to go along with the experience.



In “Escape from the Skyscraper,” players are tasked with getting out of a tall building on the brink of collapse. There’s a rescue helicopter, but it can’t approach players due to high winds, and there’s only an hour before the building falls to rubble. In the middle of all of this is the great detective Conan Edogawa from the popular anime series. Players will need to work with Conan to plot an escape.





Tickets are 2800 yen presale, 3300 yen the day of the event. The event is running in Tokyo until May 26.



“Escape from the Skyscraper”
Case Closed (Yomiuri TV)



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