It’s an intergalactic prison break. You’ve been in the high-security section for years, but now there’s a transfer. Light shines into your prison cell, a guard barks for you to get a move on, and suddenly you’re chained to three others. Others might recognize your little group as the four previously most-wanted intergalactic criminals in outer space. The ones that everyone sleeps sounder at night knowing are caged. The names that get mentioned when the police force wants to instill fear in the public’s hearts.
But now, the planet is shifting. There’s been massive earthquakes and all manner of unusually violent weather. The strongest prison in the galaxy is in danger of collapse.
The guards bring you deep into the belly of a spaceship, in a place that hardly has air. For weeks you’re tied there, watched in the dark by people you do not know and cannot see. At least until the moment you wouldn’t have hoped for in a milennia comes.
The ship is crashing. The guards are knocked out cold. The steering’s gone out of control. Shudders and groans reverberate through the spaceship, sounding like a building right before it crumbles to pieces. It’s no longer a question of freedom, it’s a question of life and death. Can you escape the spaceship?
(P.S: This was heavily inspired by a story I narrated a while ago called “Get Away”. Too many characters retired, but I want to bring this concept back with a stronger focus on the spaceship itself. I really liked the idea of an escape-game Storium. It just fits so well with the challenge cards.)
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