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If you enjoy getting scared, you might want to head to Universal Studios Japan.

Starting tomorrow, the theme park hosts a live Resident Evil event that sets groups of players the task of escaping from a zombie-filled television studio. Resident Evil: The Escape (or Biohazard: The Escape, as it’s known in Japan) is set over four floors, and players must work together to solve puzzles with the help of a tablet computer, reports Kotaku.

While other live zombie experiences exist — including an escape from an abandoned U.K. shopping mall that I got to try out a couple of years back — but this one is different, given that it’s bringing a much-loved gaming franchise to life.

Visitors to the attraction gather together to watch the filming of a TV program at Raccoon City Broadcasting Network before all hell breaks loose and zombies rampage around the studio. It normally takes around 90 minutes for people to solve the puzzles that let them escape, and they have to cope with plenty of zombies along the way.


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