Inside the box, you will find a letter from your father's notary, Maître Santini, who gives you his testamentary dispositions, as well as the recommendations to solve the puzzles. Read it carefully!
Open the game launch page indicated on the notary's letter. You will find there instructions as well as a link to hints, to use if you're stuck during the game.
You can then start playing. "Eiffel 1889" lasts around 90 to 120 minutes, and "Hellas 2019" around 75 to 90 minutes. It's up to you to decide if you prefer to play them in one game session or not! The Kickstarter version of the game will also include an exclusive 30-45 min puzzle, The House.
Read the documents, examine the items, inspect everything carefully.
Read the documents, examine and manipulate the items, inspect everything carefully. Make connections between the various elements to decipher secret codes and try to find the hidden treasure...
You will have to enter the solutions on the game website.
If you're a team of several players, share the tasks and don't forget to communicate between you!
Surprisingly challenging (...) An intriguing set of convincingly realistic objects” (...) a puzzle hunt, but the narrative framing and the naturalistic presentation of the clues are straight from an escape room.
Clever and compact puzzle design (...) Well-designed game flow (...) Well-thought out hint system (...) It's rare to see a hand-made puzzle game that has deliberate art direction.
If you enjoy escape rooms, mysteries or puzzles of any sort, there's no doubt you'll enjoy the challenge.
A challenging level (...) a fun experience.
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