Champaign-Urbana Adventures in Time and Space: The Lost Temple

By | May 6, 2020

by Champaign-Urbana Adventures in Time and Space (website)

302 N Broadway Ave, Suite 100, IL 61801

Urbana

1-6 players

£8.00 $10.00

60-120 mins
digital
Explore maps, read through journals, decode cyphers, and examine photographs to solve the challenges of The Lost Temple.
Use a blend of digital documents, print and play elements, video, audio and more in this immersive cooperative game.
Invite your friends to play along from home! Share your login code and work together in “Companion Mode” while hanging out in a video chat.
The game takes about 60-120 minutes, making it a great fit for a weekly game night or just a night in.
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Overall rating

Rated between 40 and 45 out of 5

based on ratings from 3 users
combined with 3 pro reviews

Player reviews

Reviews by escape room review sites

I took way too long to get around to trying Lost Temple. That was partly because it had a longish expected game time, and partly because it needed some components printed in advance - although there is a printless version provided, I was always going to play it in the recommended format. As it turns out, I should have made more of an effort to play it sooner - it’s among the very best home games I’ve tried.
The Lovecraftian plot is set in the 1930s and has you start your investigation in the of...
This game instantly goes in as one of our favourite print and play games. The interface was the real star of the show, but it was backed up by a great story and strong puzzles. We have no problems recommending this game to anyone, and chances are we will recommend it to everyone!

Although we eventually escaped, there were pieces of our memories that "the lost temple" entrapped forever. We can't wait to see where CU adventure takes us on their next journey!  

Overall Takeaway: Slickly designed and adapted specifically for web distribution, superbly produced with beautiful visuals and great accompanying audios. A collection of well-written but moderately easy puzzles, backed by a nicely paced, capably narrated 1930s supernatural tale that reaches near perfection--if only the ending offers a better sense of closure!

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