You don't have to wait until next year's Marathon to run around the streets of London for a good cause. Urban games creators Fire Hazard are repeating their entertaining CityDash this Sunday in aid of mental health charity Mind. Players must use a mixture of stealth, strategy and speed as they whizz around checkpoints which open and close as the game goes on.
This time around the playing area is smaller and with more guards (did we mention the guards?) so there's more emphasis on sneaking and on quick replanning as the map changes.
All proceeds from this event will go directly to the charity. Fire Hazard honcho Gwyn Morfey told us "Mind are doing some really important work, and they're entirely reliant on donations. Last year the mindinfoline took 25,000 calls but missed another 17,000 due to lack of resources. Every ticket we sell is equivalent to another call that gets through and another person that gets helped directly."
Tickets are £10 each. More information and tickets for the game can be found here.
Pictures are from Fire Hazard’s Suspected and are (c) Yao Song Ng.