Enrico Fabricci, a vintner has been missing for months. The disappearance happened at the same time as The Scattered Cards kidnappings. He was never found. The Fabricci ancestral estate, including the impressive Castello Di Dolcci in Italy, is embroiled in legal battles. Now, his heirs and the court appointed caretaker of their Castle in Tuscany have received mysterious invitations.
Can you find out what happened to Enrico and help save a legacy in peril?
Escape The Roomers 🌐
September 18, 2021
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“When going through the narrative, you have the option to either read it yourself or play an audio recording. Always choose the audio recording! The audio is amazing quality with music and side effects, which will completely immerse you into the story. To be able to offer so much in just an 9×12 envelope, a lot of the content was regular paper but wherever Enigma Fellowship upgraded the contents, they made it count. When the story called for magazine articles or weathered paper, interacting with those upgraded pieces really made us feel like it was just ripped from a magazine or that we unearthed something historic. The puzzles were also very creative, especially with the limited environment that they have. Enigma Fellowship made sure that nothing was wasted in terms of content because we had to use everything.”
Mystery Package Inspectors 🌐
December 7, 2021
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“I found the story to one of the best of this series so far! It had some great twists, good tension development, and all the materials worked well within the story. Enigma Fellowship also continues to add a narrative voice over to the game that I found to be really nice as I giddily open the envelop while hearing the story move forward. Overall, I felt engaged and motivated to keep puzzling through because the narrative really helped connect me to the experience! The puzzles consist of physical manipulation, observation, and math. I found the physical manipulation to be the puzzles that shined the most as they create quite a few moments of “aha” moments reveal in fun and exciting ways.”
120 mins avg. playing time
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