Fort Knox Box
|Object||Open the box.|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Types||Wooden Puzzle Boxes, Sequential Discovery|
|Dimensions||12 cm x 10 cm x 11.5 cm / 4.7 in x 3.9 in x 4.5 in|
With the Fort Knox Box you slip into the role of a mafia family planning a unique coup: the break-in of Fort Knox! The goal: one of the mysterious Bubu-Coins. A very legendary coin that many adventurers and detectives desire. Most recently, a specimen was discovered in a mummy from ancient Egypt. One thing is certain: the coin is valuable and you absolutely need it to further expand your position in the family.
To get it however, you will have to solve many puzzles and work your way towards the inside by creative turning, sliding and other combinations. You can expect up to 1 hour of puzzle fun and an interactive experience that will put your sense of touch and your logical thinking to the test. Will you crack the many security measures of the world's most secure vault, consolidate your position in the underworld and uncover the secret of the Bubu-Coin?
Perfect puzzle or gift for hobby detectives, escape room fans and everyone who likes to solve puzzles and crack logic nuts.
Forget wrapping paper and the parcel loop and make unpacking a real experience: The Fort Knox Box is not only a gift, but can also be unique gift packaging. Inside there is a cavity to hide a small gift or token.
Comes with a pamphlet that includes an intriguing backstory. Approximate solve time is 60 minutes.
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Beautiful puzzle box. Very fun to do and took us about just under an hour to solve. The craftmanship in general is good, but there is one piece of the puzzle (won't say which to not spoil anything) that you have to remove and it needs way too much force to do it, espacialy when the instructions tell you that each piece can be removed easily. This piece doesn't come out easily, not at all, I was worried I would break the puzzle but you need that piece to solve the whole thing. I would point out that it is a bit expensive, there are other puzzle boxes that are superior, in my opinion, and that cost less (Davy Jones Locker is a good example). This being said, if you want a puzzle box to use as a gift box, you will find the "empty space" to be more "roomy" and can contain a small gift where the Davy Jones Locker can't hold more than a gift card.