The game is afoot! Get your tickets for Moriarty's Game, the dark, new cryptic clue-based city trail from HiddenCity.
Teams of up to four people will set off on an immersive adventure through the streets of London, designed by Sherlock Holmes' arch-memesis, James Moriarty.
Text message teasers will guide you through various London locations, including an architecture exhibition, Georgian pub an a Mayfair townhouse in search of Moriarty's hidden safe house.
While the exact nature of the puzzles remain a mystery, teams might find themselves studying botanical books, inspecting chemical flasks or delivering codewords, as they uncover Moriarty’s secrets.
Moriarty's Game is HiddenCity's 28th trail, so they're experienced in creating this kind of unique cryptic challenge. This latest game is inspired by characters from Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel, The Final Problem, published in 1893.
Get your brainiest mates together and book tickets now: if you solve all the clues, Moriarty will be on hand to make you an offer your can't refuse...
Tickets go on sale on 24 November. To book, visit inthehiddencity.com/moriartysgame.
Moriarty’s Game runs from 2 Dec 2015 to 31 March 2016. from Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD. Start time: 11.30am to 2pm (Trail takes 2 to 4 hours to complete). Price: £60 for a team of up to four people. Strictly adults, 18 or over.