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There are ever more play at home escape products available these days, but Enigma Files was one of the very first. You'd be forgiven for having missed it though - it's only available direct from the website and from the physical venue Escape Game Brighton, which is operated by the same company. They previously offered three different play at home games, ranging from the relatively cheap Enigma Files, consisting of an envelope of mostly paper-based items, up to a suitcase-based game available for...
A game with a long list of flaws that I somehow seemed to actually enjoy. Once you get over flimsy components, annoying red herrings, a dubious puzzle, insufficient puzzles, a disappointing story, off-theme puzzles and no real finale you'll find a distinct sense of achievement in having finished the game (most likely after having waited for an email response to clue requests...).