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Bad Altitude

A puzzle game with a sense of humour, set aboard the world’s most underprepared airline. Help flight attendant Rhys as he wrangles over-demanding VIP passengers, escaped anxiety pets and his own luckless love life. Can you be his wingman? Work with your friends to solve puzzles, crack codes and avert death by discount airline.

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National Elf Service

National Elf Service is an interactive audio adventure puzzle game for anyone who feels low low low on the ‘ho ho ho’. Playable online with friends/ family you can’t meet up, it’s FF’s contribution to a merry 2020 Christmas.


⭑⭑⭑⭑ "Refreshingly different (and beautifully assembled)" - Review the Room

"This interactive story puzzle game is engaging, cheerful, and it's got a lot of heart - it's the very representation of Christmas spirit.." - The Escape Matt-ster

"An absolute stand out game in the whole play at home genre!" - The Escape Room-er'


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The Window

The Window is an immersive audio experience blending story, music and spatial sound. Spanning three generations and 40 years, it asks what we inherit from the past and what control we have over the future.


The Window is the recipient of one of Alzheimer’s Research UK’s inaugural Inspire Awards and a collaboration with the MRC Unit for Lifelong Health and Ageing.

Smoking Gun

Smoking Gun is a whistleblower thriller for remote audiences. Mixing game, digital art and social experiment, it asks how we can use digital clues to hold the people in power to account.


Smoking Gun was featured by the Financial Times as one of 'Top ten dramas to enjoy at home’ (May 2020), and selected for the Centre for Investigate Journalism’s Logan Symposium.

The Evidence Chamber

There’s been a murder. The police have a suspect but the evidence doesn’t paint a clear picture. Watch the testimonies, scrutinise the evidence, discuss with your fellow jurors – and reach your verdict.


The Evidence Chamber was featured by the New York Times as ‘an especially successful way for theater to be enjoyed from a laptop’ after a sold-out three week lockdown run played by international audiences.

The Justice Syndicate

The Justice Syndicate is an interactive medium drawing on a jury format. It explores how taken-for-granted assumptions, intuitions and emotions influence decision-making.


The Justice Syndicate was selected for Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology: Future Now - 100 contemporary artists of 2020; and longlisted for the Lumen Prize.