Escape Mail: Season 1 - Binge Bundle Episodes 1-12
|Object||Solve the puzzles to reach the final goal.|
|Difficulty||Level 8 - Demanding|
|Dimensions||26.7 cm x 10.8 cm x 4 cm / 10.5 in x 4.3 in x 1.6 in|
Escape Mail is designed to work like an escape room style puzzle where you must solve several puzzles sequentially in order to reach your objective. You must use your best detective skills to crack codes and find clues.
What’s the story about?
Welcome to Season 1 of Escape Mail featuring 12 interconnected episodes! In Episode 1 you will be introduced to your long lost cousin Joshua Jordan Fitzpatrick. You will receive a mysterious envelope that contains strange items - how can they help you locate lost treasure? Challenged by your cousin, you set off on the task to determine the location of the gold and quickly discover that this is more than just a mere game.
What can you expect to receive?
Each episode, you will help your cousin solve escape-room style puzzles through various scenarios as he sends you items you will need: both physical and digital. Scenarios include: exploring an ancient temple, breaking out of an enemy submarine, decoding blackmarket documents, deciphering underground schematics, navigating metropolitan maps, and SO much more. You won’t believe what fits in an envelope!
How do I play?
1. Open the envelope! Everything you need to get started is inside.
2. Solve escape room-style puzzles, find clues, and crack codes. It’s a self-guided adventure.
3. Repeat and play the next episode in the Season.
Please note that additional resources are required: The experience often requires access to the internet connected device, a device that will scan a QR code, pencils, erasers, scissors etc.
Average Game Length: Approximately 1-2 hours for each episode
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Good presentation, but poor execution.