Escape Hunt Play At Home: The Treasure of the Aztecs

By | April 28, 2020

by Escape Hunt Play At Home (website)

2-6 players


Can you decipher ancient aztec clues to find Montezuma’s lost treasure?

A team of archaeologists at the Mexico City Museum have uncovered a treasure trove of ancient texts and on close inspection, it looks like they point the way to Emperor Montezuma’s legendary lost treasure.

But the texts won’t give up their secrets easily, only the greatest minds of our age stand a chance at unraveling them… The race is on to crack the texts and make the find of the century.

Will you discover a gold hoard beyond your wildest imagination?
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Second of the (so far) three play at home games that Escape Hunt have released in response to the lockdown, Aztecs is primarily a print and play experience, with the internet used for answer verification but all puzzle content contained in the printable PDF. If you’re tackling it from multiple locations, you’ll want to each print out a copy, and also set aside some pre-game time for cutting out components where directed. (You may also want to be selective about which pages you print, for the sak...
We have to decipher ancient Aztec clues to find Montezuma’s lost treasure in this play at home puzzle game.

I appreciate that translating the escape room format into a paper based game isn’t easy, but knowing you have a direct line to ask for a clue at any time is a nice, personal touch.

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