Print on an A4 sheet both CorpsPuzzle1_impression150%.png and CorpsPuzzle2_impression150%.png and use the “full screen” printing option. Adjust the size of the file to 150%. Nb: when adjusted, the shape of the blue printed body should fit the the lines of the body printed on the transparent sheet (right bellow).
Cut and glue both sheets and try to keep the white borders on the sheets as much as possible so you can tape it more easily later on.
Follow both sketches to build the electronic part of the Escape Game.
:--PUT EVERYTHING TOGETHER--:
// Wood & Plexiglas \\
Glue together all the laser cutted wood plates and plexiglas plates following the sketch from Boite 3D.zip (unzip it and open it with the free online version of SketchUp). Nb: you will notice that every wall is doubled even the top and the bottom.
Be careful when gluing: the module is tricky to build, make sure everything fits before gluing every little parts.
Same thing with the two plates that have half a hole on one edge. Those plates are supposed to let a USB cable go through it so the player will only have access to the bable and not the USB key from the “Sedation” side (the side you need to unscrew to open it).
Build a little box (30mm x 30mm x 15mm) to put under the lever so it doesn’t go to deep and stay accessible for the players.
Put the water it needs : players will have to find what is the right order of the flasks and of the strips. They will then be able to decode each strip number by reading the number behind the water level from the right flask.
The right order (from left to right) is:
Flask: Yellow - Green - Blue - Red
Strip: Green - Red - Blue - Gray
The numbers on each strip (from top to bottom) are:
Now you can try it and put the right amount of water in each flask. The ratio is about :
Blue and green flask should be filled up to ½.
Red flask should be filled up to ¼.
Yellow flask should be filled up to ¾.
Sealed each flask with epoxy glue so there is no leak and no risk for player to open it.