Nuclear threat is in the air. Tension between countries is at its peek and sinister rumours are suggesting the worst…
Unable to make the leaders listen to reason, the Secretary-General of the United Nations is ready to consider all options. Among them, the imminent archeologist who claims to have restored the vestiges of the Tower of Babel and who maintains that its visionary society had found the secret to bringing all people together. An elite unit is dispatched at once: yours.
M.O.R.P.H.E.U.S knows that arms merchants have got wind of the mission and will do anything to see it fail: the site will soon be bombed.
You have one hour… to restore peace in the world. The future of the planet depends on it.
Nuclear threat is in the air, the world is depending on you, are you up for the challenge?
Again, as all games with Mission Morpheus, we have no idea what to expect. The title and the scenario descriptions do not describe the game you will be playing at all. You expect something and get something of another world. That being said, this game was much better looking than Domination and similar to Atlantis. The first room is really cool as long as you ignore the ceiling (lol), the other rooms are ok. It's an above average looking room but nothing more.
The puzzles for this game were fun in general. There were a few problems with the puzzles. One where you obtain parts of a certain puzzle only to realize that those parts are useless to figure out the answer. A few puzzles also didn't work and a few puzzles were very similar to each other which is weird to see in the same room, did they run out of ideas? That being said, the puzzles were still fun, there are a few frustrating parts but it's still fun nonetheless.
I definitely would not recommend this game to people who have not played an escape game before but it's still a decent room all in all and if you have a few games under your belt, you can try it out. It won't be easy but you will still have fun.