Alma City has just been hit by an earthquake. There’s panic on the streets. Chaos and devastation. Buildings are collapsing. Fires are raging. People are screaming. Cars are crashing. Your team is the disaster cleanup crew. You have one hour to save billions of pounds of chemical research from the Edward Palamate Institute. Stabilize the systems. Save the priceless chemical sample. Get out before the contents of your cryogenic case disperse and it’s all over.
You can see anarchy playing out as it happens on the Institute’s only surviving TV screen. Live updates flash on screen as the crisis deepens. There isn’t much time. To make things more interesting, one vital item will be in a top secret location. Got an instinct for detection? You’ll need it.
The seconds are slipping away. The computer is talking to you: chemical unstable, please proceed to exit, shutdown in five minutes... The systems are unstable. All the usual commands aren’t working. You’ll have to get creative and look for clues to get them back on. The room holds all the answers; the trick is finding them when time’s tight and the pressure’s on.
Can your team rise to the challenge in the face of devastation or will it be a calamity?
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Everything was fantastic and the staff are incredibly helpful. We can't wait to try the other rooms. We did the EPI Centre and it exceeded all expectations. Would absolutely recommend.Caroline
Just got out of the epicenter room! What a good idea and great way to have fun and actually see how well you can act under pressure! Can't wait to go again and get a big group of us to challenge the crypt! Didn't make it this time but we'll be back!!Sammy
First time today for my partner's birthday with some friends; had an incredible time! A lot of fun and we were all surprised at the detail in the room. The team were incredibly friendly and helpful. We are already planning our next visit to try out the other rooms! Highly recommended for groups of friends, small work teams and couples!Niall