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Escape Mail: Season 1 - Episode 3 Ancient Mysteries
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Escape Mail: Season 1 - Episode 3 Ancient Mysteries

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ObjectSolve the puzzles to reach the final goal.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandMobile Escape
TypePaper Puzzles
Dimensions24 cm x 10.5 cm / 9.5 in x 4.1 in

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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.

You came to JJ’s aid in Episode 2, and now he needs your genius once again! He has made his way to the site of the treasure, but he’s stumped. He has sent you scans of the temple layout along with all of his knowledge pertaining to the Joro people. Can you solve the puzzles and decipher the code?

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.

What's Included: Addressed envelope, Temple layout (requires considerable assembly), 5 totems (requires considerable assembly), Letter from JJ, Postcard

Additional resources required: [SPOILERS AHEAD]: The experience requires users to cut with scissors, tape, fold, use an internet connected device, scan a QR code and use a flashlight.

Average Game Length: 1-2 hours
Ages: 10+
Players: 1-4

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