Crack A Nut Mysteries: Double Major

By | May 23, 2020

by Crack A Nut Mysteries (website)

Β£116.00 $155.00

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An unexpected envelope arrives containing evidence that makes you question everything you know to be true. After a second mysterious mailing, the sender vanishes and you receive a box of seemingly unrelated artifacts. You are left to make sense of it all before another person disappears.
Double Major will test your talents and tax your brain. In this immersive, mystery you are challenged to unravel the dark circumstances surrounding the goings-on at a university. We give you the WHERE, but it’s up to you to decide, decipher and piece together the WHO, HOW and WHY through traditional codes and ciphers as well as original puzzles. A hint site is available should you need a little help.
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Kelley Wolatz rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Played: 23 Jun 2021
cleverimmersivestory-drivenquite difficult

I loved this game! It is highly customized to each individual person. You become part of the story and your name is included on props. It has some very unique puzzles I have never seen before. The hint system is very good. I highly recommend this to people who like a longer box session, like Root of All Evil, The Messenger, Tale of Ord, Abigail series, or people who enjoy  the 5- 6 box Hunt a Killer series or their Premium boxes. Game comes in 3 mailings at the moment  (parts 3-5 are mailed in one box now). The creators are super helpful if you need hints. Lots to investigate here .It took 4 plus evenings to solve.  Great  value for the money!

PuzzleParrot expert rated this:Rated between 50 and 50 out of 5

This box has an unparalleled level of customization.  It also uses some props I haven't seen used in any other narrative puzzle box (and I've done well over 100 puzzle boxes).  Groundbreaking.

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