‘Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience’ Will Task You To Solve A Murder Mystery As An FBI Agent
Murder mysteries seems to be in high demand these days as every show, game, and experience have some element of detective duty it seems like. That goes the same for Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience.
In this experience you will join the FBI Task Force in charge of investigating one of the most challenging domestic terrorist cases in US history. The educational narrative explores the challenges of fighting crime in the age of terrorism, journalistic ethics, and the role of the press and the public in working with the law enforcement community.
In the Unabomber experience, visitors will not only get to enter the same cabin that officials found in 1996, but actively participate in the case and get a front row seat to the process that led to Kaczynski’s arrest. Insight from FBI agents Terry Turchie (Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the UNABOM investigation from 1994 to 1998) and Max Noel (FBI agent during the investigation) adds to the narrative experience that reflects in many ways the reality of the investigation, over 20 years later.
Players in Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience will investigate and interact with the evidence that helped solve the case and explore the primitive cabin where the Unabomber was captured. The at-home experience also includes additional interviews, videos, and evidence to review to gain a deeper understanding of the decades long case.
The Unabomber: The Virtual Reality Experience is available now for you to try out on Viveport for $4.99. If you’ve ever wanted to be a part of solving cases in VR, this will be up your alley.