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Secret of the Tomb
Brent Chadwick had a rough childhood. He grew up in the shadow of his mother, Lucille, who was the founder of the “Church of the Untemptables” (COTU). The COTU was a Christian-fundamentalist church in the eighties that preached: “Resist all temptations, but if you aren’t able to resist, you still have the chance of salvation if you punish yourselves equal to the sin you have committed.” So no wonder Brent went crazy and, after his mother died, moved to a hidden room – the very room you are about to enter. This strange place is full of traps. The only way to escape is to find the urn of Lucille’s ashes. If you fail and are still here after an hour, Brent will arrive home and I wouldn’t want to be in your shoes when he does.
Please note: This game contains strobe lighting.
Success Rate: 50%
Heaven & Hell
Ever wondered what happens after you die? Does heaven exist? What if you’re sent to hell? As mere mortals we do not have the answers to these questions. However today you have the opportunity to find out. You are about to enter a state of hibernation. This will last for one hour and give you the chance to explore the afterlife. After your adventure you will use a defibrillator so that you can return to life as we know it. However please bear in mind the defibrillator only works for one hour! If you do not find it in time, you may be stuck in hell forever! It could also be heaven, but in this case it’s nearly the same thing…
Please note: This game contains a smoke machine and some confined spaces.
Success Rate: 40%
You are about to enter the basement of a bank in Cambridge, where a man lived for a few weeks manufacturing a bomb to blow up the bank. His only purpose in life is to take revenge on the bank which took all his money. Eventually he lost his wife and house too. And all this because he did not read the fine print in the contract he signed with the bank. His revenge proved to be successful in two cities already. Your job is to find the bomb, disarm it, and get out of the basement within 60 minutes.
Success Rate: 30%