The first season focuses on the case of the daughter of a diplomat, Claire Makova, who suddenly disappears. The Detective Society have been hired to find her, but the deeper you delve into Claire’s disappearance, the more secrets you uncover.
By using your puzzle solving and investigative skills, you will begin to pick apart the mysterious events that led to Claire going missing. Only you can solve, The Disappearance of Claire Makova.
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With this third game in the series, it seems that The Detective Society is settling into its own distinctive style: engaging storylines, some very British humour, excellent design and *lots* of detailed content scattered across digital and physical components, offering plenty of Easter Eggs for those more curious to explore. As in the previous episode, the "puzzles" are completely in-keeping with the storyline, and never feel like they've been shoe-horned in to pad a game - they feel like problems that need to be solved - and are satisfying when done. The tech worked flawlesssly once again, making this one of the best subscription box games I've played to date.