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Nuclear Annihilation

Recommended for 2-6 Players (Difficulty Rating: 8.42)

Cuba, 1962

The existing timeline that we all know has been changed! You and your team have been tasked to travel to 1962 Havana, Cuba, at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis, to stop Fidel Castro, leader of Cuba, from launching nuclear missiles at the United States. You will be transported to a “Safe Room” located just off Fidel Castro’s private office in order to find and destroy the launch codes. The document was hidden by Ramon Castro, a master of game theory and older brother of Fidel Castro. You have one hour to correct the timeline and save the United States of America from nuclear annihilation and a Soviet Union controlled future.

Note: If you are looking to book up to 8 people in a room, please book your game for 6 participants and just pay for the additional 2 when you arrive. If you have more than 8 people, we strongly advise you to split the group into two rooms.

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Assassination Express

Recommended for 2-6 Players (Difficulty Rating: 7.83)

Minnesota, 1932

In the timeline you know, Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected the 32nd President of the United States in November of 1932. As President, he led us through one of the worst times in U.S. History, the Great Depression and World War 2. In the new timeline that was just illegally created, a bomb has killed Franklin D Roosevelt while campaigning in Minnesota by train. Franklin D. Roosevelt never became President of the United States, never implemented his New Deal Policy that helped the country prosper, and the United States never entered World War 2, leaving Europe open to Nazi domination. You and your team will be transported to the dining car of the train just before bomb detonation to defuse the bomb. Doing so will correct the timeline, saving Europe.

Note: If you are looking to book up to 8 people in a room, please book your game for 6 participants and just pay for the additional 2 when you arrive. If you have more than 8 people, we strongly advise you to split the group into two rooms.