Black Sabbath Themed Escape Room Game Released
Black Sabbath is back with their remastered version of the popular album. Originally released in 1975, Sabotage was Black Sabbath‘s sixth studio album. Now after 45 years of the original release, Black Sabbath released the remastered version of this album. This remaster is enough to make Black Sabbath fans happy but that is not the only thing that fans are getting with it. To honor their remastered Sabotage album, Rhino Records cooperated with Bewilder Box Ltd. to create a game. That game is a virtual escape room game and the theme is obviously the new Black Sabbath remaster. Bewilder Box Ltd. is very experienced in that are of creating escape room games.
In this escape room game, players are getting a mission. The mission is to recover a copy of Sabotage: Super Deluxe Edition. Well of course just as in every game there will be puzzles to solve. But these puzzles are going to be Black Sabbath-themed. Players are going to time travel all the way back to the ’70s to make their way out. This adventure is going to take 15 minutes. Here are all the details that they shared:
- It’s a single-player browser game
- Takes approximately 15 minutes to play
- Filled with SABBATH-themed challenges
- Fans can preview album tracks and find secrets in the artwork
- Mobile/tablet compatible but full computer/laptop recommended for the best experience
- Share your time on social channels using #SabbotageEscapeRoom
If you want to give Sabotage Deluxe Edition: Panic Room, Black Sabbath escape room game you can visit that website to play. The remastered version is also out for sale on Rhino Shop for the price of approximately $110.
The Sabotage: Super Deluxe Edition is now available. It comes in either four-CD form a four-LP form that has the same music on 180-gram vinyl and a seven-inch for two single edits. “Am I Going Insane (Radio)” and “Hole In The Sky”
Originally, the Sabotage album was recorded in London and Brussels by Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward. They co-produced the album with Mike Butcher. They first released the 8 songs in the U.S. in July 1975. The U.K. fans got the album in September same year. Sabotage was pretty successful for Black Sabbath and certified gold in the U.S. with reaching silver in the U.K. Both their hitting tracks and experimental tracks received positive reviews.
For the remastered version, Sabotage: Super Deluxe Edition they have 16 live tracks which 13 of them have not released previously. That lives are from the 1975 tour for the album.