1627 Industrial Pkwy W Hayward, CA 94544 ()
At the same location
This was my third time been to this location. I played the Lost Kingdom and the Treasury of Empire: Allies before. I was here to take the challenge for the Treasury of Empire again. Since I played the Treasury of Empire: Allies, I knew that this time would not be an easy game.Liu S.
Although this time was still for the theme room the Treasury of Empire, the puzzles were totally different due to the different story line. The agent side was differently in the room, puzzles, and clues. On this sides, it had more electronic stuffs. It made the game to be more interesting. Also, I like the idea of the telephone. It made me feel like I was in a real base try to get the secrete code. I love it! Still the great experience.
Description:In World War II, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler carefully organized a special army whose only task was to loot occupied countries of their valuable treasures. Castles, palaces, and museums were wiped out. These collections would later come to be known as "imperial treasures."
After generations, these "imperial treasures" are divided "eight pieces", with Hitler of course receiving the largest share. His vault, built in 1938 at Lashitaner, was nicknamed "Wolfenstein."
Detective Mode: After the time travel from the tomb, we landed inside Wolfenstein. We cannot find where professor Geoffrey is. However, The allies have surrounded here and they start attacking whoever is inside here. We must escape using the secret passage according to a book that Geoffrey left us.