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Played solo this one. Had a pleasant time and thought there was some really nice puzzles in there and a few surprises (which I wont spoil). Others were very easy but overall a nice time and might recommend with kids next time.
Kinda hard not to spoil anything on this one,
Some clever puzzles for the only a deck of cards format, but also some are also highly forgetable and my family(Who I played this with, where nit impressed by them)
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Fifth in the Deckscape series (but the fourth one I've tried), Behind The Curtain has a conjuring theme and a backstory that starts with you attending a magician's show. This is the usual Deckscape format, where you proceed through a deck of somewhat oversize cards, and where you check your solution by flipping a puzzle card to check the answer on the back.
Much of the game splits the deck into multiple piles such that you can look at more than one puzzle at a time. That's standard for the seri...