3550 St Jacques St, Montreal, QC H4C 1H2, Canada ()
At the same location
I really enjoyed the Military scenario, it was difficult, but not too much that we weren't able to solve it! Would definitely try another scenario. My only issue is pricing! I find it quite expensive seing that there is no staff involved really, other then 1 person keeping an eye through the cameras... 175$ for 5 people for 1hr!? It's a bit pricey! I would definitely do it more often if it wasn't so expensive.Veronica
In a secret military facility on the island of Montreal, a group of scientists dedicated their lives to uncover a method in which they could control the minds of the general population. This project was led by the great Professor Ivashenko.
According to their theory, you must first weaken the subject’s body and consciousness in order to achieve full control. Experiments on subjects were held in complete secrecy, supervised by the Government and Army. The best method found was to inject artificially-made viruses into their system, allowing full access to their minds.
However, after countless experiments, prisoner “P” unexpectedly became stronger rather than weaker and soon overpowered the scientists, gaining access to all their research. Using his new mind-controlling ability, he escaped the secret facility leaving it in lock-down. Upon contact with the outside world, the virus rapidly started mutating resulting in slight coughs, which soon turned into high-body temperatures creating large amounts of sweat. Within a 24-hour period, subject “P” was dead.
The virus turned out to be highly contagious – a single touch would transfer the virus from one body to the other. Within weeks, an epidemic begins throughout the island – even the greatest scientists are hopeless to find a cure. In order to do so, it is necessary to extract subject “P”’s blood to discover the nature of the mutation.