The Lost Knowledge

4.93 out of 5
(14 customer reviews)

$22.00

Prof. McEwan, a renowned archaeologist, is missing. His research group thinks he may be in danger. He was searching for a lost artifact of great significance. The Enigma Fellowship has been engaged to locate him and help solve his quest.

Solve brain twisting puzzles to find the professor and then solve challenges to gain trust of an ancient culture. Are you up to the task of finding the lost knowledge and solving this enigma?

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Description

Prof. McEwan, a renowned archaeologist, is missing. His research group thinks he may be in danger. He was searching for a lost artifact of great significance. The Enigma Fellowship has been engaged to locate him and help solve his quest.

Solve brain twisting puzzles to find the professor and then solve challenges to gain trust of an ancient culture. Are you up to the task of finding the lost knowledge and solving this enigma?

Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 33 × 23 × 1 cm

14 reviews for The Lost Knowledge

  1. 5 out of 5

    Meenu S. (verified owner)

    We just finished playing The Lost Knowledge and had an amazing time with it. The puzzles were well crafted and the 3D game in the end was unlike anything else we played before. We’re hooked!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anna J

    We enjoy escape rooms but have been locked at home this year. After trying several mystery boxes, Enigma Fellowship’s The Lost Knowledge finally gave us the perfect balance of story and puzzle complexity. Can’t wait for the next one.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ola C. (verified owner)

    This was my first time playing a game like this. I’ve never been to an escape room either. I have to admit that things started out slowly and I used their video timing hint thing, but by the third puzzle I didn’t need it anymore. The story and puzzles totally pulled me in. Took us a good 3hrs to finish the game but I came out of this loving the whole experience. Can’t wait to play the next one. Highly recommend it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jason K. (verified owner)

    One of the best games to play, we enjoyed it immensely. Cannot wait for the next one 😁 the production value is amazing, the clues were not too revealing, and the whole experience makes you want to keep going.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sid S. (verified owner)

    Got around to trying out The Lost Knowledge from Enigma Fellowship with my brother during Christmas period as we didn’t have much to do during lockdowns. This was an incredibly engaging way to spend a few hours while exercising our brain. The game was well thought out and meticulously designed.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shawn L (verified owner)

    I just finished my first mystery with Enigma and really liked it. It had an entertaining story and the puzzles were not too easy and not too hard. I liked how it was organized in the various envelopes and how the QR code took you to a place to enter the password as well the hints of you needed any. Unrelated to the mystery I love that the package is designed to eliminate waste. The mystery comes in a large envelope rather than a box and the printed items use both sides of the paper. I’m all for cutting waste any chance I get. I am signing up for a membership now!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Philip (verified owner)

    I just finished a nice little romp through history, playing The Lost Knowledge by Enigma Fellowship. Really enjoyed it. Great narrative and some lovely puzzles.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Melinda (verified owner)

    I had a wonderful time playing through The Lost Knowledge. The difficulty meter of 65% felt about right. It was a nice intermediate level game, with some easier puzzles at the beginning and end, and some more challenging puzzles in the middle. The game had an engaging story and some cool puzzles that were really clever and perfectly on theme. I liked the option to listen to the story online. I also loved the hint system. It slowly teases out information and never gave me more information than I was hoping for. There is also one specific puzzle where you have the option to select more information as a pre-hint, and this really helps make sure all players will have a great experience, no matter the puzzle type. I’m looking forward to continuing to play through the series!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gilles (verified owner)

    Played the first episode of Enigma Fellowship. Quite impressed by the wealth of physical and informative content, less by the puzzles, but still enjoyable. I am not entirely sure why I was not impressed by most of the puzzles, maybe some were too easy, others seemed like announcing some big puzzling arc, but they quickly resolved into simple search and find exercises. Don’t get me wrong, it is a fun experience sifting through the different envelopes, the audio recordings and wealth of information, but my puzzling thirst was not really being quenched. I will keep the subscription though, knowing what is the important aspect of this game and how the designers think them, might help appreciate the next offerings more.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Anna S. (verified owner)

    I just finished The Lost Knowledge and really enjoyed it. This company is amazing and the creators truly care about the experiences they are putting together. At the very end, you can learn about their entire thought process for the game. This one was completely paper based with internet additives. There is a lot packed into these envelopes. The puzzles varied from easy to hard and have a great hint system.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angela S. (verified owner)

    I finally carved out some time to play The Lost Knowledge by Enigma Fellowship, and I am so happy I did! Being that this is their first game, I am impressed with the depth of the narrative and I enjoyed the story very much. I love that they were able to stay grounded in reality, while offering a captivating tale! The “Behind the Scenes” information available after completing the game is a cornucopia of interesting facts about the geography, the characters and their customs, and the creators themselves. There is a nice variety of puzzles that fit perfectly into the story – I was never left scratching my head questioning why in the world this puzzle (or ANY puzzle!) would make sense in those particular circumstance! The audio option was a pleasant surprise, and I could listen to Orsi talk all day long! The fact that I played this one solo and didn’t use the hints, means this game is on the easier end of the difficulty scale. However, even experienced puzzlers will appreciate the engaging story and original puzzles. At just $22.00, Enigma Fellowship gives you a lot of bang for your buck!!! I am anxiously awaiting their second game, The Scattered Cards.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rick Talley (verified owner)

    Just completed The Lost Knowledge from Enigma Fellowship. It was great. I don’t want to give any spoilers, but the puzzles were varied and very well done. They kept with the theme of the adventure and were challenging, but had appropriate leads to help along the way. The material was well thought out and helped you learn about the culture and history of the areas explored. This definitely helped immerse you into the game. I felt as if I was actually traveling to distant lands to uncover this lost knowledge. The online component of the game was very well done and I loved that the messages had the option for them to be read to you, but were printed there as well. I like to listen and read along. The difficulty was not overwhelming, but enough of a challenge to make you think and keep you in fully engaged. Overall this was a really great experience.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Melvin Lim (verified owner)

    Signed up on this due to the various reviews that I have read. I am happy to say that all the reviews were spot on. Puzzles were not difficult, but it was also not real easy kinds. It promotes lateral thinking and you have to ‘think out of the box’ to figure out what they were asking.

    Audio was good with transcripts as it allows everyone to understand the story as international players such as myself might have trouble catching the accent of foreign speakers.

    Story was immersive, if only one day, they can use this same concept to design a horror themed game – that would be intense. Truly recommended!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Glyn copeland (verified owner)

    All the plaudits I heaped on Scattered Cards apply here too The puzzles were just as good and the difference in tone shows the versatility of the format and the talents of the team behind it. Once again i heartily recommend trying this stuff and will be subscribing soon. Looking forward to the 3rd package now.

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