Deckscape: Heist in Venice

By | March 20, 2019

by Deckscape

📦play at home

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Rated between 30 and 35 out of 5

based on ratings from 4 users
combined with 2 pro reviews

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Jakob Frederiksen experienced rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Outcome: Successful escape!
PuzzleParrot expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Wesley Mead expert rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Dan Mircea Suciu experienced rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5

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Heist In Venice follows the normal Deckscape format with a couple of twists. Your mission is to steal a €1 billion Euro poker chip from a casino, and in the tradition of heist movies, you have a team of specialists: here provided by a set of six character cards, which are supposed to be divided between the players. Each card has two or three pieces of clue information on the back, which only the card's holder is allowed to look at. (This doesn't mean you need six people to play the game, since o...
Heist in Venice delivered fast-paced gameplay through aha puzzles. In one moment we were trying to figure out what was going on; in the next moment we’d solved that puzzle and moved on to the next one. That frenetic gameplay mixed with a the casino-heist theme and some unexpected plot twists created a fun at-home escape room.
Your special spy skills will come in handy when you go full Ocean’s 11 in this heist through a Venetian hotel. Get a big group together to help you get through quickly.
While isolated at home in London, we took another “trip” abroad. This time we headed to Italy to solve “Heist in Venice”. This is another escape-room-in-a-box game produced by Deckscape. The box contains a single deck of cards and a “top secret” note. With no rulebook or board there is little game setup involved. You

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