This prop is a simulation of computer and it has a searching system which works just like Google. Players should figure out the right password toenter the system, thenthe 12V EM lock will release(one light will be turned on if room owners connect a light to the relay). Players also need to enter some key words to search some clues. They will use these cluesto go on next step.
1. The background can be changed by room owner.
2. The password can be set by room owner.(It supports 1-30 numbers or letters）
3. The key words and clues can be revised by room owner.
4. Room owner can choose the rest way.
1. Players will find a computer in the room. Room owner can name the system to fit for the scene, for example, FBI files system or Banking data system.
2. Players need to figure out some puzzle to get the password firstly to enter into the system, also a lock will release if the password is correct(one light will be turned on if room owners connect a light to the relay).
3. They will see an interface which is just like Google after enteringinto the system. Players should enter some keywords and press“Enter” key on the keyboard to get some clues. For example, if players enter “Tom”, then press Enter, they will get a file named Tom. The file can be picture or video. All the key words and clues can be revised by room owner.
4. If the key words entered are not the ones which are set by room owner, the system will remind that there is no result.
How to reset?
There are two options to reset. Room owner can choose one.
Auto-reset mode:It will reset automatically in N seconds. Room owner can set the time.
Manual-reset mode:There is a hidden button on the top left of the screen. Clicking it with mouse can make this prop reset.
One 5v power supply
1. This prop is a simulation of computer. You need to prepare one monitor, one keyboard and one mouse by yourself.
2. The prop doesn’t include the 12v em lock, you need to prepare the 12v em lock and its power supply.
3. Please remove the buttons Ctrl, Shift, Alt, Delete, Windows and Fn on your keyboard, in order to prevent accidental software exits of the system.