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Cluebox: Davy Jones' Locker - 60 minute Escape Room in a box
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Cluebox: Davy Jones' Locker - 60 minute Escape Room in a box

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Product Information

ObjectOpen the box.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
TypesWooden Puzzle Boxes, Sequential Discovery
Dimensions11 cm x 11 cm x 12 cm / 4.3 in x 4.3 in x 4.7 in
PackagingCardboard Box

Product Description

This is an interactive box with various puzzles, which have to be solved one after the other to open the box. In other words, this is an Escape Room in a handy format! There is nothing based on randomness, but only on logical decisions.

The Story:
London, 1720. Ian Kensington, captain of the British Engineering Forces, is responsible for the first successful recovery of a sunken ship. In the report to His Majesty King George I of England, Kensington mentions Davy Jones' locker for the first time. Despite it being a real artifact, he describes the locker in the context of a legend about the sea devil Davy Jones, who supposedly locks away the wandering souls of all sailors who lose their lives at the sea. It is told that on each sunken ship, he hides a replicate of the locker, promising to release all souls if someone manages to open the box. Since the first find, similar lockers were found in shipwrecks scattered around the world. Some of them are still kept in private collections, others in museums. However, nobody has been able to reveal their secret so far.
We are sure that you are the one, who will finally be able to open the locker and force Davy Jones to admit his defeat.

The cluebox consists of 72 individual parts which are precisely cut from high quality birch wood using the finest laser technology.

Facts about the game: You will receive an interactive box with various puzzles.
Play time: 60-90 minutes.
Can be solved again by other players.
Secret space: 1 x 4.5 x 6 cm
Ages: 14+

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4.7 rating

9 Reviews

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    On Tuesday January 4th Michel Rondeau wrote,
It was the first sequential puzzle box I did with my girlfriend and we had such a blast. Took us about an hour to solve, taking really complete notes and being thrilled on each step of the way. The craftmanship is really impressive and of high quality. Every piece that was supposed to move did it smoothly. Highly recommend it. Now it will make a great piece of decoration and we might also use it when giving a gift card to a friend or family member (but we'll keep the box, of course).
    On Thursday November 11th Chris Davis wrote,
Favorite puzzle I’ve done. Everything makes sense and although like people noted it wasn’t impossible or anything, it was enough of a challenge for me. It took me like 2.5 hours since I messed up one of the steps for a while, but it seems like the range of time is like 45 mins- 2.5/3 hours which I think is ideal too. Each mini task is fun within itself and it’s a super well designed puzzle. Great job to whoever made this one!
    On Tuesday November 9th Katy wrote,
Very satisfying puzzle! It did take a little while but I was able to figure out what all of the clues meant and how to use them. Very creative! I really like the variety of tasks to do. It's nice that this is sequential discovery and not just a "figure-out-the-mechanism-and-you're-done" type puzzle...Keeps you engaged and makes the fun last a lot longer. Now my 11 year old son (very bright) is working on it with a few hints here and there and thoroughly enjoying the process as well!
    On Thursday October 21st Jacob Besser wrote,
Good puzzle, took about 45 minutes to complete. One of the pieces that was ready to remove was stuck and I thought I hadn't correctly solved that part. Otherwise not too challenging and good fun.
    On Wednesday September 29th Tamas Mihai Cornel wrote,
Safe and fast packing and fast dellivery
    On Thursday July 1st Andrey wrote,
Not really 10, I'd say 6. As there are 3 tasks there and all are really easy but time consuming. In general - good puzzle box, so can recommend.
    On Sunday June 13th Chris wrote,
Really fun puzzle to solve, highly recommend.
    On Sunday June 6th Link wrote,
Can't wait to solve this monster...
    On Tuesday May 18th I.O. wrote,
Spectacular sequential discovery puzzle. Not really that difficult, don't let the "10" difficulty level scare you. It just takes time to get through each step but all the information is there and with logic and critical thinking, everything can be worked through. No guessing or luck needed. I went slow and took about 2.5 hours. I made some wrong turns but was put back on track when new information revealed itself. Really satisfying upon completion and I highly recommend the experience.