After hours of walking through the snowy woods Jones finally found the building in the middle of nowhere. He opened the main door and went in. He was in an empty space facing two rooms with closed doors in front of him. Then he saw a Tape Recorder in the corner. Freezing and shivering he turned the recorder on.
Welcome Dr. Jones. I applaud your toughness getting here. You have found the place with the Egyptian Treasure. Congratulations.
There is a small challenge though Dr. Jones. The treasure is in the back of the building and to get there you MUST go through one of the two rooms in front of you. Once you are in a room the door will close behind you and you must go to the other side of the room and open the back door to get to the space with the treasure. Simple, right?
Except, Dr. Jones, ONE of the two rooms is plumbed nicely for a delightful concentrated acid shower. Walls and ceiling have small holes which will drench you with sulfuric acid as soon as you start walking through the room. Nice eh?
Now I am a decent person Dr. Jones. So I have made the other room safe. You can just walk across. However both rooms look exactly the same. Same walls, color, even the small holes. You are wondering which is which, but I am sure with your talent you can figure that out. Oh, and if you have thoughts of just opening the door to take a look or smell, forget it. You can only open one door. As soon as you do it the other door gets locked. Also the showers are triggered by multiple sensors, not just weight. Good Luck Dr. Jones
Jones badly wanted the treasure. He had no protective equipment against the acid. He did not know how long the room was so even fast running could be risky.
After some thought he decided to do it. Why?