Team A enters a foggy room and notices a piece with a laser and a double-sided piece with a mirror on each side.
The team sees a picture and learns how the game works. The mirrors are supposed to be used to get the laser to hit the target. They realize it's the board game "Laser Maze"! They also notice they have a limited time. If they run out of time, they will lose!
The team realizes that there are mirror pieces with wheels and mirror pieces without. They move those with wheels.
The team discovers that if they hit a mirror piece without wheels (this kind of piece is stuck to the floor and cannot be moved), it lights up green. This must be progress!
The team gets the laser to hit the target and the target piece (also stuck to the floor) lights up green, but they only used one non-movable mirror out of the three, so a code isn't revealed.
The team beats the game by using all non-movable mirror pieces and getting the laser to the target. Above is a top view of the board solved.
A camera overseeing the board sees that the game has been solved and signals the target piece to reveal the code to the door!
User punches in code into cool-looking door with numbers that look like they are made of lasers.
After Team A leaves, the game resets from Mode A to Mode B (Mode A's laser piece becomes a target piece, and target piece becomes a laser piece) for Team B.
Top view of what board looks like after Team B beats the game. After Team B leaves, the game resets from Mode B to Mode A (Mode B's laser piece becomes a target piece, and target piece becomes a laser piece) for Team B.