|Produktens mått||4.32 x 12.95 x 18.03 cm; 0.27 Gram|
|Rekommenderad ålder enligt tillverkaren||18 månader och uppåt|
|Vår rekommenderade ålder||12 år och uppåt|
|Produkten har slutat tillverkas||Nej|
|Är batterier inkluderade?||Nej|
|Färg||1-4 spelare | 10 år ||
|Utgivningsdatum||1 Januari 2020|
|Mfg Rekommenderad ålder||18 månader – 99 år|
EXIT 9: The Forbidden Castle (English)
Förbättra ditt köp
- Ett Escape Room-spel ni kan spela hemma; Lös alla uppgifterna tillsammans så snabbt som möjligt; Lyckas ni ta er ut ur det förbjudna slottet?
- En unik och oförglömlig spelupplevelse; Det här spelet kan bara spelas en gång
- 1 kodskiva, 88 kort, 4 underliga föremål, 1 bok, 1 regelhäfte
- Antal spelare: 1-4 spelare; Rekommenderad ålder: 12+
- Speltid 45-90 minuter
Köps ofta tillsammans
Varning:Används i vuxens sällskap
Varning:Ej lämplig för barn under 3 år. För användning i vuxens sällskap
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Slottet är vandringsturens höjdpunkt, men det verkar inte som att så många andra varit på besök där på sistone. De knarrande dörrarna stängt bakom er. Det verkar vara omöjligt att fly - men märkliga ledtrådar hjälper er i rätt riktning. Klarar ni att lösa gåtorna och ta er ut igen? Exit: The Game – The Forbidden Castle är ett spel som fungerar på samma sätt som ett escape room.
Ej lämplig för barn under 36 månader
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You are given a booklet, a set of puzzle cards and a set of answer cards. You begin locked in a castle and you must find a series of keys that will turn different locks that will eventually free you from the castle. And that's it... you must find the clue to the first puzzle card, then turn that card over. The card gives you further information to enable you to find the next key.
There is a code ring included with the game. The code ring shows different key parts of one of three rings. So the key head shapes are on the outer ring, key shafts in the middle ring and then the end part on the smallest ring. Once you have got enough information to find a given key shape, you enter it into the code wheel. A number gets displayed in a small window in the centre of the code wheel. You then pick up the answer card that bears that number and it will tell you if you are correct or not. If you are correct, it leads you to the next clue and so on.
The puzzles are excellent and very creative/imaginative, although sometimes we found that a couple of them were a good idea, but fell a bit short when you actually perform them. You have to think cryptically as well as literally.
If you get stuck, there are some hint cards you can refer to that will put you on the right track.
We downloaded the app which includes a soundtrack to play during play which was fun, but it gets louder as you go and eventually it just became distracting so we turned it off.
Point of note: - you will destroy parts of this game in order to progress, so this is a play-once only game. But at under £15, and for the amount of fun in the game, this really isn't an issue.
If you love puzzles, then you must get one of these games and give it a go. More players can be a help or hindrance as you can get put down a misleading avenue by someone convinced they know the answer.
If you don't like puzzles, then there is nothing here for you.
Every once in a while, a new game mechanic comes along that really shakes up the modern board game industry. The escape-room games are one such example. They bring a table-top version of the ever popular real-life escape rooms, and do it very, very well.
It's surprising how fresh they manage to keep these games, and there's one puzzle in here in particular with a mechanism that caught me out by doing something they haven't done before. Good stuff.
This is described as an easy version of the Exit the Room series (set at 2/5 difficulty) and it works at that level. None of the puzzles are too difficult and doing this as a family we were never stuck and needed no clues to get through any of the stages. This was great as we deliberately chose an easier game to keep the younger family members involved. Even with the simplicity, we still got a good hours entertainment from the game and you need to use a range of skills to break the codes at each level.
Overall: this will be far too easy for experienced puzzlers but is a fab entry-level starting point to the Exit game series and an entertaining family game in its own right.
It totally works though. These games retail at £13 for standard and ive had 6 people playing one game. Compare that to the entry fee for 6 people to an actual escape room? A one time play game doesn't seem so bad now.
You start the game with an introduction (can also use the app to play an "atmospheric" intro) which explains your scenario. You're somewhere and you need to escape. Use the booklet and pack of cards to guide you along the way.
The brilliant thing about this game is you will get stuck however hint and answer cards are available should you require them. My only warning is make sure the number turner is all punched out. I was thrown for about 20 mins and I was sure I had the answer but it was throwing a blank - because a number hadn't been punched! Duh :)
Ive played two and purchased a third and played with 9+ to adults. Great for an hour for family time or to play with friends.
Various puzzles to get your teeth into which need logic, strategy and creativity to solve.
I'm looking forward to my next one and to start increasing the difficulty. The difficulty levels can be found on the image of the box, they are the little round circles. The more circles filled in, the harder the game will be.