For those of us still at home the thrill of an escape room has been a little harder to come by, but thanks to new Steam release Challenge Failed, you can bring the close-quarters fun to your living room!
Challenge Failed is developed and published by indie creator Ramhead Games. This first-person detective game will see you work your hardest to crack the puzzles before you in the fastest time possible, and it’s definitely a lot more wacky than your typical IRL escape room.
In Challenge Failed your skills will be put to the test as you try to save Christmas, rob a bank and even escape from zombies. Use all of your skills to progress through the game and make sure it won’t be a Challenge Failed for you!
“You are a master detective thrown into a competition of challenges,” says the game’s description.
“Use your wits and skills to complete the challenges with the quickest time and least amount of fails to prove you are the best detective in the land. Need to unlock a door? Find a key! Zombie horde attacking you? Find a gun! Locked in a pitch black dungeon? Find a light! Early access release of the game includes the following five challenges; saving Christmas, robbing a bank, escaping a zombie horde, and destroying a dungeon demon.”
If Challenge Failed sounds right up your street then you’ll be glad to know that Ramhead Games aims to keep the difficulty going with a challenge building system. When live, you’ll be able to build your own challenges for the whole world to play – and you can take part in the challenges of others!
Enjoy escape room fun as Challenge Failed is set to enter Early Access on December 15th, with five initial challenges and more coming each month.
If this sounds like a project you want to test out you can find out more about Challenge Failed and its escape room-style gameplay on Steam here!
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