The farmer has been trapping victims for quite some time now.
With so many captives building up, he decided to start making a few bucks by letting a local mad doctor pay to perform psychological experiments on them. You are some of those unlucky victims. You over heard the Doctor telling the Farmer that he had to run to town for some supplies for tonight's "Treatment" and he won't be back for an hour. The Farmer is also otherwise engaged this evening, but assures the Doctor that his "Patients" are safely locked away and cannot escape.
With both of them gone now is your only chance to get out of here.
Can you solve the puzzles and escape in time?
Can you keep your sanity and successfuly Escape The Asylum?
You and your friends are out for a hike when you come across this intriguing old farm house.
From what you can tell, the place is abandoned and has been sitting here doing nothing for a very long time. Compelled to find out the history of this place, you decide to have a closer look inside. Just a few moments after you enter WHAM! The door slams shut behind you! The old farmer has captured another set of victims. Being the psychopathic narcissist that he is, the farmer wants to see if you can beat the series of traps, ciphers, and puzzles that he created. You must solve these obstacles and escape his house within one hour or face being trapped forever.
Does your team have what it takes to beat the house?
In 1519 Hernan Cortes, a Spanish Conquistador, arrived in the Aztec capital city of Tenochtitlan, what is known today as mainland Mexico.
He was greeted by the great Aztec Emperor Montezuma II and welcomed with open arms. Upon seeing the immense gold and artifacts possessed by the long developing Aztec culture, Cortes and his men became overcome with greed and tried to conquer the Aztec Empire. In opposition of this ruthless attack, the Aztecs drove the Spaniards back and out of the country. Unfortunately for the natives, not only was their great Emperor Montezuma II killed in the confusion, but the Spaniards were forced to dump all the looted riches and treasure into Lake Texcoco during their hasty retreat for their lives. Although Cortes did return one year later with a fortified army to conquer the empire for good, the massive wealth would remain lost to the lake.
Many say the riches still rest on the bottom of Lake Texcoco, however one popular theory suggests that a group of more than 2,000 men retrieved the treasures and marched them up into North America. This is precisely where your team has set up an archaeological dig site to find this long lost treasure. Unfortunately, to avoid the same fate as the original Aztecs, the men hid the treasure and protected it with a series of traps, puzzles, and ciphers in an effort to ensure its safety.
To make matters worse, your scouts have gathered information that a group of heavily armed opportunistic hunters are headed your way to steal this treasure out from under you.
Can you solve all of the puzzles, find Montezuma's Treasure in time, and get out of there before the armed marauders arrive?