Roxanne gains access to the bunker and either finds a vent which ends at a strangely misplaced security room or is knocked out by the Butcher, this time waking up in a cage with mutant hogs feeding on human bodies. Either way, she will find her way further into the facility, all the while avoiding the Butcher and his mutated dog. She discovers that she is inside a research facility hidden below the house, plastered with CFV logos, with private logs revealing that the scientists there had been conducting experiments with radiation there for decades. Roxanne manages to activate the lab's self destruct system and goes for the exit where she is confronted by the Butcher with a chainsaw. She is able to fend him off as she clears the way out and escapes to safety before the entire area detonates, but falls unconscious. She is rescued afterwards and wakes up several days later in a hospital bed, surrounded by a nurse and a doctor, who are apparently unaware of the true nature of what they believe to have been an \"accident\" and ask her how she is feeling. Roxanne is unable to speak, so the doctor assures her that she'll be back on her feet in around a week and tells her to get some rest for her upcoming surgery tomorrow. That night, while Roxanne is watching TV, she suddenly starts to vomit blood, and a worm-like creature erupts from her mouth. Roxanne faints again and sometime later Roxanne, wakes up to find the whole hospital ward bathed in red and empty safe for a number of pulsating organic egg sacs sprouting on the ground, the beds, the walls, and on top of the ceiling. Roxanne reaches the exit door, at which point the credits roll.
For the first time, the killer puts the player in a room full of TVs. To escape, the player has to remove door pins. Once removed, the door falls which leads to a staircase. For the second time, he puts the player in a chair. To escape, the player needs to click the left mouse button repeatedly to break out of the chair. For the third time, the Game Over screen turns black with only one word: \"SACRIFICE\". Afterwards, the killer will drag the player towards a red door in the basement bunker, leading to his secret, presumably killing the player.
How did you think of your escape room game idea How my sisters and I thought of our escape room theme and idea was from the thought of a hunted hospital and morphing into a post apocalyptic world due the COVID-19. Because our father was just released from the hospital with the COVID-9pretending to find the cure inspired me (and my sisters) to create an escape room were the cure could be found. What was your favorite part about making your game Our favorite and most enjoyable part in creating the game was the story line. from who the main character is, to finding the reason for being trapped in a hospital room was exciting. During the first step the structure of the game relied on the story line, it was exhilarating to imagine and watch our creation unfold with words. What is your favorite puzzle of the game We all agree that the our favorite puzzle was the message in the book and the end when the victims escape by mixing the ingredients for the cure. What would you like to say to other kids who are making their own escape rooms What my sisters and i would like to say to other escape room craters is have fun! think outside the box, add your own twist also don't turn in your escape room in a contest at 1 AM, and if you did thank your parents! Thanks Ameryn (and thanks to your sisters too!) for putting together this clever escape room game!The Lost Princess- Emma & JanePrincess Angelina is missing, and the king is furious! Gather your best knights and follow the clues to find the missing princess, before the king's patience runs out!We had a little chat with Emma & Jane How did you think of your escape room game idea We wanted to do an escape room with a kingdom, and we looked at things that happened in history for a little inspiration, then our idea came to us! What was your favorite part about making your game Our favorite part of making the game was testing out the escape room on our family to see if it worked. It was worth our hard work to see the looks of triumph on their faces when they figure out the answer to a puzzle. What is your favorite puzzle of the game Our favorite puzzle of the game the puzzle where players had to figure out a message written in code, because it was fun to make, and at first the players were confused, but they did eventually figure it out! What would you like to say to other kids who are making their own escape rooms It's hard work, but worth it if you stick with it. You also need to be creative and positive, because your escape room may not work the first time, but if you do all these things, your game will be successful! Super thanks Emma & Jane for your regal efforts, and a royally fun game!Sign up and receive a BUCKETLOAD of cool games:The Race to the Blue Scarab Stone- Renee & JohannesYou and your friends are on the verge of an archeological discovery that would make even Indiana Jones jealous, but alas, your treasure map has been stolen! Can you piece together the clues and find the treasure before your rivals steal all the gloryWe had a little chat with Renee & Johannes How did you think of your escape room game idea My sister and I like reading books about adventures and mysteries, so we thought it would make a good escape game. One day, Renee was reading a book about Egypt and treasure hunting. She suddenly blurted out \"This would make a good story for the game!\" And The Race to the Blue Scarab Stone came to life. What was your favorite part about making your game Renee: My favorite part of making the game was when my brother and I made it together. Johannes: My favorite part is when our parents and uncle tested our game for the first time. What is your favorite puzzle of the game Renee: My personal favorite is the newspaper because it is simple and easy. Johannes: Mine is the Mini Pyramids because that puzzle needs a lot of interaction with the players. What would you like to say to other kids who are making their own escape rooms Make sure to test your game with someone (like your parents) because it is essential. You will find out the things that you will need to fix and the things you could still improve. Thanks Renee & Johannes for your hard word - there's no de-Nile, this game rocks!Tiny Problem- Daniel B.Your best friend Allen is a science genius, but sometimes he makes pretty big mistakes... like today. Allen has accidentally shrunk himself at school! Can you piece together his growth formula before class beginsWe had a little chat with Daniel How did you think of your escape room game idea When my mom told me about the contest, I started thinking about ideas. The idea of getting shrunk came into my head and so I thought out an idea of how that could happen. What was your favorite part about making your game my favorite part was figuring out the puzzles.What is your favorite puzzle of the game I really like the one with a secret code with pictures for the letters. What would you like to say to other kids who are making their own escape rooms I would tell them that they should be creative and have fun. Thanks Daniel, making a game this fun was no small feat!Triangle Taker- Lisa & JakeOh no! Somebody has stolen all of the triangle shape blocks! Who would do such a thing! Solve puzzles and track down clues to help Daddy the Heart and J the Square find their missing triangles.We had a little chat with Lisa & Jake How did you think of your escape room game idea It is because Jake really likes shapes, especially triangles. What was your favorite part about making your game Jake's favorite part was putting all the shapes in the game.What is your favorite puzzle of the game Jake's favorite puzzle was bowling puzzle because that is his favorite game. What would you like to say to other kids who are making their own escape rooms To have fun! Thanks Lisa & Jake for sending in your colorful game - it's really got heart! (...and rectangle... and square...)Zoo Adventure- Jonah B.Kevin loves animals, and the animals love him too. He's the perfect zookeeper. But Kyle is jealous, and he's let all the animals out of their pens! Oh no! Can you find the code to the security locks and close the cage doors before all the animals wake up from their napsEnter your email address to download these games now:Our techno-wizards work around the clock to try and ensure that everything is running as smoothly as possible. 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