After the events of last year, the Omni Labs Corporation had to rethink their future. The decision to cease human testing and switch to “lower risk” organics eliminated the need for several safety protocols.
Plants, insects and animals were spliced and “re-engineered” with a small amount of human DNA to create several new intelligent species. At first, the intent was on improving agricultural output, until the Omni Labs Corporation signed a lucrative contract with the Department of Defense.
The push for immediate small-scale production of “weapons-grade organic life forms” resulted in cutting nearly every corner and safeguard.
By the time Omni Labs was ready for its “official” grand opening, sustainable mutations were being achieved but that’s when it all went wrong. Cross-species contamination resulted in mutations across not only plants, animals and insects, but humans as well.
Enter if you dare, but you may never come out!
Mutation is an interactive attraction.
Visitors entering Mutation will be faced with an important decision:
- Should you explore Omni Labs and simply watch the action?
- Or should you “mark” yourself to truly interact with the creatures within?
Those who opt-in for a truly interactive experience may be grabbed, held back, sent into hidden cells, removed from their group or even forced to remain…
(Customers must be 18 years old to “mark” themselves)