2145: Heists And Escapes
|Heists And Escapes|
Title text: The interactive experience is built on a single theological framework that unites Dante, George R. R. Martin, every major heist movie, and Erin Gloria Ryan's "Kevin is dead" Home Alone theory.
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Randall is trying to create the "greatest escape room game of all time".
The top six panels show a stylized version of various options where people try to get in or out of rooms:
- Escape rooms: An escape room is a type of puzzle/adventure game where people are locked in the room (discounting emergency exits) and have a certain amount of time to solve the puzzles and leave.
- Heist movies: In heist movies, the thieves are initially outside of the room they are trying to get in to steal what's inside.
- Home Alone (1990): This refers to the first movie in a franchise, where the home that the burglars tried to rob was protected by someone from the inside, Kevin McCallister (also mentioned in the title text).
- The Battle of Winterfell: This refers to the 3rd episode of the 8th season of Game of Thrones. Here the dead tried to enter the keep (the middle room in the picture), but the keep already contained a crypt, with the dead inside, who could also try to leave that internal "room" as well.
- Inception (2010): This refers to the movie Inception where the protagonists could not only enter the dream world of others but while in those dreams could continue this again (entering the dream of someone inside the dream, etc.). Inception can be categorized as a "heist" movie, as the main characters are thieves who steal information from their victim's subconscious.
- The Divine Comedy (1320): This refers to Dante's work - in particular its first part Inferno, which depicts Hell as nine concentric circles. Purgatory and paradise are similarly concentric, but they are not likely to need to be escaped.
At the end, Randall proposes a combination of all of these things, and also combining it with others, to form the "greatest escape room game of all time":
- Truman Show: This refers to a movie, where the protagonist - unknown by him - was living in a constructed reality show.
- Kevin McCallister's house/subconscious: Refers to the 8-year-old boy who is the main character in the movie Home Alone who protects his home from the burglars.
- Styx: Refers to a deity and a river in Greek mythology that forms the boundary between Earth and Underworld ("Hades"). It is necessary to cross the river Styx to enter and exit the Underworld.
The title text refers to this article, which claims that Kevin McCallister is dead, and is actually a ghost.
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- [Seven different room scenarios are shown with characters attempting to get inside or outside, each with a label below them.]
- [Cueball and Ponytail trying to exit a room.]
- Escape rooms
- [Cueball and Megan trying to enter a room.]
- Heist movies
- [Cueball, presumably representing Kevin, standing in the middle of a room while two people are trying to enter.]
- Home Alone (1990)
- [A room is shown inside a larger room. Two characters try to enter from outside and two others try to exit from the inner room while Megan and Cueball are standing between them.]
- The Battle of Winterfell
- [Four rooms are shown inside of each other. Two characters try to enter from outside while three Cueballs in each room are standing while asleep.]
- Inception (2010)
- [Smaller rooms are recursively shown inside of larger ones, with two characters trying to escape from each.]
- The Divine Comedy (1320)
- [At the bottom a more complicated combination of various rooms shown in gray, with arrows labeled with question marks showing escape routes for two characters in black.]
- [Labels of various rooms and obstacles in gray:]
- Truman Show
- The dead
- Kevin McCallister's house
- Kevin McCallister's subconscious
- Dante's Inferno
- [Label in the bottom in black:]
- My plan for the greatest escape room game of all time
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