Anyone who has ever wondered how they would fare in a zombie apocalypse only needs to get a few friends together and join in the renowned survival game 2.8 Hours Later, which is returning to London for an eight-day stint this October.
Whether you're considering the activity for a stag night, teamwork exercise or even just a bit of fun between friends, you're likely to have a lot of fun running between the buildings the specially constructed Asylum.
Participants will have to work together, hoarding food, water and medicine and avoiding the walking dead. Survival is the name of the game - teams must follow a specially crafted set of mission objectives transmatted via an application on their Smartphones before making it back to the starting point, 2.8 hours later.
But it quickly becomes clear that the zombies are just one party out for your blood, with police, vigilantes and mercenaries also roaming the street in search of the same resources as you.
In short, 2.8 Hours Later is an immersive experience that is sure to get your heart pounding and your mind working furiously as you try to work out how to survive your 2.8 hours in the Asylum.
The experience would suit sixth form students or work colleagues looking to enjoy a fun Halloween activity together. The game returns to London for a number of dates from October 16th until November 1st, including Halloween itself.
London is full of great activities for the scary season, with this year set to be even more spooktacular than ever. Keep up to date as we explore the most fantastic and gruesome Halloween fun in the capital.