Mysteries Abound in "Love Live! Sunshine!!" Real Escape Game

Tokyo Mystery Circus presents three new challenges for school idol fans

 

How sharp are your school idol skills? Aqours is ready to put them to the test in a set of three new mystery escape games, staged by Tokyo Mystery Circus.

 

"Challenge from Aqours!" divides the idols of Love Live! Sunshine!! into their respective sub-units, each of which will present you with a challenge of varying difficulty somewhere in the Tokyo Mystery Circus complex. 

 

 

The Challenge from CYaRon! requires players to purchase a "Mystery Sunshine Shaved Ice" from yelo café in order to participate. The girls have stowed a prize away in a treasure chest. Enjoy your shaved ice while you solve the clues! Players have 30 minutes to finish, and the game is rated with a difficulty of 1/5.

 

The Challenge from AZALEA is ranked with a difficulty of 3/5, and will take approximately 60-90 minutes to complete. Players receive an audition notice from the school idols of the sub-unit AZALEA -- but rather than singing, you'll have to solve puzzles to prove your worth!

 

And the Challenge from Guilty Kiss, at a 5/5 difficulty, will take 2-3 hours to complete. You receive a mysterious contract from the girls of Guilty Kiss. Fulfil the terms and solve all their puzzles, and you will become an official follower of the group!

 

The event runs from May 8 to July 16. Tickets for each mystery event can be bought in advance or on site.

 

 

The games are part of the hype surrounding the release of the upcoming Love Live! Sunshine!! Aqours CLUB CD SET 2018. The set will include a theme song CD, memorial DVD and booklet, club membership card, and a serial number to enter for priority access to live events and fan meetings.

 

>> TOKYO MYSTERY CIRCUS Website

>> Watch Love Live! Sunshine!! on Crunchyroll


Source: MoCa-News

 

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Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, and is half the creative team behind the OEL light novel series Owl's Flower. She blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos. Her work can currently be read in Stranger Tales of the City from Obverse Books.

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