An opening mysterious video message challenged the teams to the game, and gave them the first clues they needed to break into Box 1, and from there they would be on their own. A quiet concentration in the room quickly turned into frenzied, panic as a couple of our teams broke the code on the first padlock in super-quick time, whilst others struggled a little more in the early stages. As the time wore on, more and more boxes were opened, providing further mysteries to be unravelled, and enable the teams to crack the ensuing code and open the next box. But as the minutes ticked by, it became evident (at least to some!) that all the information that teams needed to open their next box was not contained within their own case, but in various cases around the room. Indeed, as the final challenge drew near and the clock ticked to a final countdown, the teams realised that they must all cooperate together if the final code was to be found, and that they could only succeed as one large, collaborative team, or instead ensure complete failure while trying to struggle on as individuals.