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Improbable Escapes — Neverland: Heist on the High Seas

C$8.58C$49.99 Per player

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Neverland: Heist on the High Seas

“Adventure on the high seas! The notorious Captain Hook has captured your group and locked you in the brig, deep in the bowels of The Jolly Roger. When dawn breaks the nefarious villain will make you walk the plank, but a new friend has offered you a way out… and she knows where Hook keeps his treasure map. While the crew sleeps you’ll take control of the ship, set a course for the second star to the right and head straight on ‘til morning! You have 60 minutes to dodge Hook’s clutches, find your way to Neverland and escape with riches untold. Don’t delay. As those familiar with Neverland will know… the clock is ticking.” — read more

A wonderful family-friendly experience to accommodate 1-14 players across multiple internet connections.

All games are private bookings. Players do not need to be in the same location but everyone must have high-speed internet.


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Improbable Escapes operates in EDT which is currently 4 hours behind UTC

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Reviews for Neverland: Heist on the High Seas

Aug 2020
Nice sets, online game play a bit frustrating

Very attractive and immersive sets. This one didn't work as well as their Seven Dwarfs game wrt online gameplay. Not their fault--I'm sure it would be terrific in person. But one puzzle in particular was basically impossible since it depended on understanding the relationship between the front and the back of an object.

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Feb 2021
Improbable Escapes: Cure for the Common Zombie (Play at Home)
Can you have wholesome family friendly zombie fun? Apparently you can at Improbable Escapes. Unless of course, you’re concerned about a few severed limbs. I have little doubt that Cure for the Common Zombie would be better in person than remotely, but even online it was still good fun. — read the full review from Review The Room
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Dec 2020
Improbable Escapes: The Hot Chocolate Incident (Play at Home)
Does the perfect Christmas game exist? Well, I can’t say for sure, but if it isn’t, then The Hot Chocolate Incident comes pretty close, and I can’t think of a more perfect way to get into the holiday spirit. If you aren’t already booked to play, book now – slots are limited! (You’ll even get a ‘souvenir’ out of it 😉). — read the full review from Review The Room
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Oct 2020
Remote Play Review: Improbable Escapes - Cure for the Common Zombie
Improbable Escapes previously wowed us with Seven Dwarfs: Mining Mission and Neverland: Heist on the High Seas, so we approached this apocalyptic adventure with the loftiest of expectations. Improbable Escapes once again showed that a quality game paired with a well thought out remote play production can immerse even the most jaded adventurers into another world entirely. — read the full review from Escape Authority
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Jul 2020
Review: Improbable Escapes - Neverland: Heist on the High Seas
Improbable Escapes previously wowed us with Seven Dwarfs: Mining Mission – the first game at their new Wonderland location, so it should come as no surprise that we set sail for Neverland: Heist on the High Seas with the loftiest of expectations. While that can sometimes put an attraction at a disadvantage, Improbable Escapes truly did chart a course past the second star to the right and straight on ’til morning. — read the full review from Escape Authority
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Jun 2020
Improbable Escapes: Neverland: Heist on the High Seas (Play at Home)
This game was as fun as it was beautiful and is an instant favourite of ours. The use of technology to push forward the story was inspired and something we haven’t seen before in a room. This is one room that we would recommend without any hesitation!. — read the full review from Review The Room
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Improbable Escapes does not disappoint! Once again, this game was jam-packed with things to do, all in an hour's time.,I really enjoyed their introductory video. Definitely worth a (virtual) visit.,Which brings up a question....are there any escape rooms out there that let people keep some of the treasure?. — read the full review from I Virtually Escaped

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