Deckscape: The Curse of the Sphinx

By | March 20, 2020

by Deckscape

Languages: EN

📦play at home
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Wesley Mead expert rated this:Rated between 30 and 30 out of 5
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Deckscape’s compact and straightforward format has a lot going for it - you’re guided straight into the game without having to first work out how to play, and the large cards with their bright illustrations have good visual appeal. But while I generally enjoy the series, I’d suggest skipping Riddle of the Sphinx unless you like their games enough to want to play every one of them.

This yarn has you trapped in a pyramid, menaced by a mummy that draws closer every time you get a puzzle card wrong...

While on a guided tour of the monuments of Ancient Egypt, something mysterious happens! Suddenly, you find yourself locked in a secret room with only your wits to help you escape. You did it! You have seemed to have found a way out… wait…. you hear something coming from one of the many dark corridors that surround you. The sound of groaning and shuffling echoes ominously towards you… suddenly, you realize you might not be the only one down here.
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 Curse of the Sphinx While isolated at home in London, we took a “trip” to Egypt to solve “The

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