In the near future, governments work on ever more deadly viruses to develop end of days weapons technology that makes the atomic bomb look like child's play. Deep in an underground bunker a team of scientists have been creating the deadliest virus yet, but communications have suddenly been lost. Sensors detect a biological hazard down below, but the fail safes have been manually shut off meaning the virus could already be escaping. It is up to you to find out what went wrong, contain the virus and save the day. The fate of the world is in your hands - if the virus escapes then humanity is doomed. For science fiction and technology lovers, this escape room is packed with gadgets and drama.
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