Deckscape: The Fate of London

By | March 20, 2019

by Deckscape

πŸ“¦play at home
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Rated between 3 and 3.5 out of 5

based on ratings from 4 users
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Jakob Frederiksen experienced rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Outcome: Successful escape!
Wesley Mead expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Darren Miller expert rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5
Dan Mircea Suciu experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5

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The Fate of London is Deckscape's second game, and follows a similar structure and style to its predecessor, but is a step up in difficulty level.
As before, the game consists of a set of sixty large format cards. There are no separate instructions; you simply start at the top of the deck, and the first couple of cards explain how it works. Most of the deck consists of either item cards or puzzle cards. Items are set aside as clues or resources, and puzzles may be immediately solvable or only o...
The two Deckscape games were fun, portable, and repackable. Plus, it’s tough to argue with the price. The two games were also too similar and shouldn’t be played in close proximity to one another. If you’re only going to play one, make it Test Time, if only because it has a more interesting and engaging final puzzle.
The Deckscape series awaits! Stiffen your upper lip, make sure your suit is finely pressed, and get ready to save everyone in The Fate of London!
As the City adventurers are unable to actually visit escape rooms, I am going to add my reviews of Escape Games in a box that can be played at home. Next up is:- Deckscape – The Fate of London We got another Deckscape Escape Room in a box game for Christmas. As before, with Deckscape – Test Time,

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