Play London gets spooky!

Play London gets spooky!

After a long bright season and joyful celebrations of Easter, Royal Wedding, Wimbledon and other, the night has fallen in Play London with Mr Bean game again. It is the second time Halloween will be celebrated in the game, however this time it totals more than 500 levels set in 20 areas of London!

Have you noticed that Mr Bean has changed his costume 12 times since the game was launched? This dracula look is one of his favourites, though… 

Let’s play in Richmond

Richmond is the latest neighbourhood added to Play London. The gorgeous riverside village offers a great chance to explore its historic pubs, houses, upscale restaurants and enormous park.

Glorious Richmond Park

It is the largest Royal Park in London, famous for its beautiful landscape of hills and woodlands, set amongst ancient trees that is also home to 650 wild deer. The park offers activities for the whole family – from playgrounds to golf courses, fishing and horse-riding.

What is Kew Gardens?

Be wowed by more than 30,000 types of plant at Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. This verdant garden in southwest London has a 250-year history and is a World Heritage site.

Richmond Waterfront views

Take a stroll along this magical stretch of riverside, dotted with historic villas, characterful pubs, bars and restaurants. Walk up Richmond Hill for a great view of the area.

We hope you find this horrifyingly spooky Halloween update fun and solve challenging puzzles with Mr Bean until the witching hour!

Download the latest update of Play London with Mr Bean here.

Keep up with all the latest news and don’t miss out on special offers and game updates by following Play London on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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