This bomb game is built around the idea that there are 2 wire choices that can be cut, cut the right wire and the game is solved but cut the wrong wire and you get the explosion sound. A countdown display timer informs players how much time has elapsed. After the play, the wire cut must be manually replaced before the game can be played again.
- Bad ASS Controller with Audio option
- FX45 Basic
- 12V Supply
- Momentary Input Button
- I2C cable
- SD Card (with Game sounds)
- (2) input wires with 475 ohm resistors
Escape Room Techs “Bomb Game” consists of 2 parts; a BAC that controls the inputs and outputs and a FX20 Timer Display.
Setup as a “simple match” game 2 input wires are available to be physically cut by the players. Start the game via switch trigger and the countdown timer begins. The players have a set (game master configurable) time to choose which wire to cut and solve the game. Cut the wrong wire, the timer starts to accelerate the countdown until it times out, the game fails and an explosion sound is played. Cut the right wire and the game is solved and a door opening sound is played.
After the game concludes it is automatically reset. The wire that was cut needs to be replaced before the game can start again.
Hardware Setup & Wiring
NOTE: POWER UP PROCEDURE - POWER THE FX20 BEFORE POWERING UP THE BAC
Bad ASS Manager Software Setup
From the “General” screen
From the “Game” screen
From the “Main Event” screen
From the “Events” screen
From the “Custom Events” screen
From the “Hardware” screen
BAC FW 1.9.Beta 1