Countdown To Terror
"Find the the terrorist - Stop the attack!"
Countdown To Terror
The Boise airport is on high alert due to intel of an imminent attack. A known terrorist sleeper agent has been tracked to the airport.
FBI headquarters has sent you, new Anti-Terror Unit (ATU) graduates, in to find out who the terrorist is and stop the attack. Hundreds of lives are in your hands. Will time run out before you complete your mission?!
- Number of players: Min 4 – Max 14 (16 upon request)
- 60 minute escape
- Difficulty Level: 3/5
- Exciting – Fun – Challenging
Do you have what it takes to save Boise Airport?
After the raves from our fans about how well Titanic plays, we felt compelled to change how Countdown to Terror plays. We’re excited about the new unique puzzles and activities we incorporated to make it even more fun than originally designed.
As a team of fresh FBI graduates, you will set out to find a known terrorist who has been tracked to the Boise airport. With hundreds of lives in your hands, you’ll need to find out what the terrorists plans are to complete your mission and save the day.
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