If you've played a Zero Escape game like 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors or its sequel, Virtue's Last Reward, you're no stranger to the idea of a "room escape" game. You're placed in a room, probably with a team. The room is locked, and the only way out is to solve the puzzles and turn in a correct answer.
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