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After a sneaky attack from an unknown assailant, Mr Q is trapped in a coma. With time running short it’s up to Mrs Q and Lord Hammerschmidt to dive into Mr Q’s mind and find a way to wake him up. But they can’t do it without your help!
A small step for a mouse, but a giant leap forward for Print+Cut+Escape, "Prison of Memories" has a number of advances and stylistic differences from the earlier games.
For a start - it's definitely our most challenging game yet. It also features our most digitally advanced puzzles yet - with new interfaces and new ways to interact with the online system. On top of that, we've made it more environmentally friendly, by reducing the number of printed pages that aren't used for puzzles (without skimping on our customary gorgeous artwork).
The story of "Prison of Memories" takes you on a deep dive into the history of clueQuest and the story of how our main characters became the people they are today. So if you're new to the world of clueQuest, you might want to consider starting out with our earlier missions (such as "Stolen IQ"). Knowing who the characters are won't help solve the puzzles, but you'll probably get a bit more out of the story - and that's always nice!
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With Print + Cut + Escape you can enjoy an escape room experience from the comfort of your own home. Playing the game is easy. Simply print the file (or order the Print & Post version), cut out the puzzles and click on the secret link that we’ll send you!
Download and print the black & white PDF mission files at home. Or order the pre-printed version and we'll post it to you.
All you need are scissors. Cut out the game elements and group them by chapter.
Use your link to access the Online Game System. Assemble your team and solve the puzzles to escape.
This was made up of a good set of puzzles which took us just over 2 hours with only a few minor issues.
It was a good set of puzzles that made you think creatively but were within reason to solve. We solved it faster than we anticipated so it would have been nice to either have more puzzles or more difficulty. The online aspect was very cool and creative. I hope they add more of that.
I am obsessed with these 'print-cut-escape' games. I started with the first one back in the thick of the pandemic - which was brilliant - and they're just getting better and better. This one was just phenomenal - the creativity and ingenuity that goes into making them is gobsmacking. Keep making them, and I'll keep buying them...!
Managed to solve it without any clues! Some great mechanisms involved. We're pretty veteran escape roomers and keep on coming back for more ClueQuest puzzles!
fun game, again, but found chapter 1 very tricky. Challenging puzzles and fun elements for anyone to give it a go.
The zooming and control of the last puzzle was much to sensitive it was virtually impossible to use as it moved and zoomed much too fast. Other than that it was good!
I've enjoyed all the previous challenges but found this one rather difficult.Too many "let's find the symbol" type puzzles
**gnash gnash** Needs more seals. Delicious, delicious seals. **chomp** I would also accept fish. Or swimmers...
Great fun but quite hard, but we got there in the end. Thanks to everyone at ClueQuest for coming up with a fun game.
This is a great game for detail oriented puzzle enthusiasts. It's a unique type of online play at home game. I've never seen anything quite like it.