Puzzled to DeathAverage rating: 4.8 Number of ratings:(6) 1 hour 15 minute virtual event
Event short description
You can escape a room, but can you escape a vintage game store?
- $45 / person
- This host will provide a zoom video conference.
- This event supports 25 - 600 participants.
- 1 hour 15 minutes
Book this event
$45 / person
How it works
Best-selling author A.J. Jacobs (The Year of Living Biblically, Thanks a Thousand) has partnered with Watson Adventures to create a devilishly fun murder mystery that anticipates his upcoming book all about puzzles. But first…
Shocking news! The owner of a local board-game store has been murdered! Authorities are baffled by the mysterious killing, and they have called in you and your team of expert puzzle-solvers to crack the case.
The killer has hidden clues to their identity in games scattered around the store. It’s up to you to solve a series of puzzles and piece together the name of the murderer. Clearly, the murderer loves to play games—but in a gaming store, that doesn’t narrow things down much!
On teams, you’ll tackle up to 10 mini-games that are inspired by classic games—but with humorous twists. Each challenge you solve will lead you a step closer to unmasking the murderer. Can your team unravel this mystery, catch the culprit, and show the villain that they toyed with the wrong people?
Things you'll need
A laptop or a screen with the ability to log into Zoom. For this event, we recommend a desktop or laptop for the best experience.
How to join
This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom
The host is not able to use a video link provided by you.
Other things you will need to join:
- Link to this event, provided after purchase
- Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
- Internet connection
Since its inception in 1999, Watson Adventures has grown to span the nation, with more than 500,000 people participating in hunts --both IRL and virtual, including the employees of thousands of prestigious corporations. All the while, Watson Adventures’ games have received more media raves and other acclaim than any other company of its kind.