Creepy Survive the Attic game draws in fans of Servant on Apple TV+


Play ‘Escape the Attic’ as you wait for the ‘Servant’ season finale on Apple TV+.
Take your own trip into Apple TV+’s Servant with the free Escape the Attic game.
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Survive the Attic is a new web-based game that takes players into the bizarre home that’s the setting of Servant on Apple TV+. There are 10 puzzles for fans of the show to solve, and easter eggs to discover.

“While it starts out simple, the challenge increases the further you go,” said Apple. “Each puzzle is based on show elements & mysteries in Servant, both seasons one and two.”

Survive the Attic isn’t in the App Store. It’s available on Apple’s website instead. It’s free to play, but requires an iPhone or other smartphone to enjoy.

Be warned: Servant is in the horror genre — Stephen King is a fan — and the game is also quite eerie.

Get ready to be disturbed by Servant on Apple TV+

Apple TV+’s psychological thriller that tells the story of young couple trying to figure out if their lost child has returned from the dead. Of if they’re going mad. Or maybe something worse is happening. It’s what you’d expect from a series with M. Night Shyamalan involved.

The Cult of Mac review of season two calls it “a twisted and violent take on the soap opera that doesn’t skimp on trashy story beats, outsized emotions or impossible turns of events.” It has an 84% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

The cast includes Lauren Ambrose, Toby Kebbell, Nell Tiger Free and Rupert Grint.

The complete first season of is available to stream on Apple TV+. Season two concludes on Friday, March 19, 2021. Season three is already in development.

Watching the series requires a $4.99-a-month subscription. But Apple TV+ also offers a slate of other thrillers, crime dramas, sci-fi and much more.


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