As the details of science fiction Torn emerged last month, now fans are able to get a closer look at the environment and will be exploring with the help of a series of 360-degree panoramic images of the mysterious mansion and its grounds.
The abandoned mansion and its grounds are the main settings for the Black Mirror and Twilight Zone-inspired science-fiction that form Torn’s central story and mystery. A major tourist attraction will be the design of the Mansion. The early inspirations of the mansion could be found in Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children. This building matches the home’s size and scope, and the atmosphere suits it. The mansion is neither too big nor too small, not too happy, not too creepy. This is the right place for an eccentric physicist like Dr. Lawrence Talbot, who working on an unspecified scientific breakthrough until he vanished in 1953.
The story follows as the video blogger and urban explorer Katherine Patterson stumbles upon the long-forgotten mansion house of Dr. Lawrence Talbot. While exploring the interior of the house, she discovers strange machinery of unknown purpose and puzzling experiments and ultimately discovers that Dr. Talbot is not quite dead. Instead, his disembodied consciousness is trapped inside a strange other dimension known only as The Parallel.
The 360-degree Torn House tour into the mansion leads the gamer to peep into several rooms of the mansion. Upon entering the Observatory, a special location and the mansion’s highest point, the radio telescope, can be found. Here 64 years ago, Talbot and his wife Rena experimented with a radio telescope to locate in galactic space the place they named “The Parallel.” Since space is huge and requires hard work as it is quite a tough task, they brought the comforts of home to help pass the time while studying the stars with a telescope. One puzzle that the player will have to confront is how to get upstairs to reach this place.
On entering the Music Room, the players will surely be amused. It is the place where Talbot and his wife entertained guests on the Mansion’s bright and merry days. It is even thrilling to imagine the parties and card games being played here. The room also features a large and very bizarre-looking self-playing organ. Though it has an outlandish size and the room is gloomy, this instrument in the room is certainly not the only thing to be played here.
After this, Dr. Talbot finds himself trapped in the Parallel or the mysterious realm. It’s been Talbot’s home for 64 years – home to his consciousness but the whereabouts of Dr. Talbot’s physical body at present are unknown. The Parallel contains mysterious, strange, physics-defying properties. The thoughts are manifested here simply by thinking about them. Since Dr. Talbot has spent a vast time here, the Parallel reacts to Talbot’s emotional state. But what the Parallel is, remains shrouded in mystery.