But primary school teacher Chris and data analyst Andy say their favourite moment so far was playing their own version of the hit TV show Knightmare with former host Hugo Myatt in a London pub.
What does KM stand for?
KM stands for Knightmare (gaming clan)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 22 other meanings of KM in our Acronym Attic
- Killer Mongoose (UK gaming clan)
- Killing Machine (short movie)
- Kilomega (archaic; now Giga-)
- Kinematic Mount
- Kingd Mickey (video game character, Kingdom Hearts)
- Kirk-Mayer, Inc
- Kiss Me
- Kitchen Manager (restaurants)
- Knight of Malta
- Knights of Malta (religious order)
- Knowledge Management
- Konica Minolta (camera)
- Koninklijke Marine (Royal Navy)
- Krause-Mishler (numismatic catalogue)
- Krav Maga (Israeli martial art)
- Kriegsmarine (WWII German Navy)
- Kyocera Mita (various locations)
- Michaelis-Menten Constant (molececular cellular biology)
- United Kingdom to Mediterranean (routing designation; US Navy)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Knightmare - in which a trio of nerdy youths led their mate, blinded by an ill-fitting helmet, around a computer-generated castle labyrinth - is surely ripe for a remake.
I was in the former camp - and I'll be enjoying the nostalgic guilty pleasure all day - scaring myself with Knightmare (2pm) complete with a bowl of the era's most teeth-rotting sweets.
Camelot offers something for all, from gentler children's rides to the breathtaking Knightmare rollercoaster with its terrifying 'psycho drop', which plunges the rider at speeds of over 40mph - it's not for the faint hearted
Then there was another great one called Knightmare, where a contestant would have a helmet put on them as they were guided around dark corridors.
All in all - a royal flush down the pan and a cinematic knightmare for all concerned.
Thrill-seekers must try the amazing Knightmare rollercoaster that features the chilling "psycho drop", at which point carriages plunge at speeds of over 40mph while pulling 5Gs.
Queues were almost non-existent so we had another go and headed off for the main attraction, Knightmare, a new rollercoaster that cost more than pounds 3 million.