Inserm has put together an escape game entitled “Operation cortex“.

Let yourself be transported to the year 2064, to a future where Inserm scientists have succeeded in developing an artificial brain, dedicated to the study of sensory perception, sleep and disease. But after a power cut, the brain resets itself… and locks you in the building! You’re going to have to reteach the brain what it knows so that it can set you free. Will you be up to the task?

This 45-minute game is only available on reservation via the C3M intranet reservation site. You will need to create a group of a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 participants per session before booking, and indicate the names of the participants.

There will be two sessions per week: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12 noon. Outside these times, the game will not be accessible.

The game has been set up in the room adjoining the old library.

Now it’s your turn to play!

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