IT'S game on for a popular Chester city centre attraction, despite the current coronavirus lockdown.

With social distancing measures expected to be in place for the foreseeable future, the Breakout Chester escape room experience, located on Bridge Street Row, will sadly remain closed for a while.

But that hasn't stopped the people behind it from organising a multi-player puzzle game that groups of friends can enjoy online.

The B.R.U.C.E. Project is a multiplayer escape room experience which up to six people can play simultaneously on six different devices.

That means people can still play the same escape room game no matter how far apart they are, as long as they have a stable internet connection.

The game, which costs £15 per team, is designed to be played on a laptop or desktop computer, with players encouraged to communicate with each other using Zoom, Skype or equivalent app, or simply by phone.

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