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Conan and Amuro Suit up for Case Closed Halloween Escape Game

Real Escape Game x Case Closed: Escape from the Halloween of Remembrance


In this year's Case Closed film The Bride of Halloween, mysteries old and new overlap as a groom nearly loses his life at the altar. But the story isn't over yet — and you'll have a chance to help Conan and Amuro solve a new mystery in an escape game serving as a sequel to the film.


Titled Escape from the Halloween of Remembrance, the latest offering from SCRAP's Real Escape Game series challenges you to crack a case during a Halloween wedding at a remote mountain venue. Key art for the event shows Conan and Amuro in matching Halloween-themed ensembles, and a trailer gives us a closer look at whart's to come:



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Visitors to the event can pick up exclusive goods featuring the game's key art — including clear files, acrylic keyrings, stands, clipboards, and more. Purchases of 2,000 yen or more will come with one of 11 die-cut character stickers.


Case Closed x Real Escape Game goods


This event also marks the 10th anniversary of Case Closed and Real Escape Game collaborations, so you'll be able to grab some celebratory merch, too! Stationery sets, sticker scrapbooks, jigsaw puzzles, and pins will be available:


Case Closed x Real Escape Game 10th anniversary goods


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Tickets for the event come with a Case Closed mug and an original take-home mystery, so you can keep solving puzzles even after you leave the venue:


Case Closed x Real Escape Game ticket purchase gifts


Real Escape Game x Case Closed: Escape from the Halloween of Remembrance kicks off July 21 at Tokyo Mystery Circus, and will tour to Real Escape Game locations and other venues across Japan throughout the rest of 2022.


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