The Enigma Box Game Up On Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Nov 8th, 2017
1 Comment

Calling The Enigma Box just a “game” is really selling it very short. It’s puzzles. It’s challenges. It’s connecting the dots in a broader narrative. It’s tabletop. It’s Augmented Reality. It uses the latest in technology like 3D printing and VR. It uses the most mundane such as a paper and pencil. And it’s not something you just pull out and play with some friends on a quiet evening over (though you could do that, if you wished). It’s… a lot of things all rolled into one. It’s also up on Kickstarter now.

From the campaign:

The Enigma Box: The biggest adventure of all time, from your front room.

We want to offer you a challenge and an experience based on historical events, full of enigmas and mysteries that will test your wits. This challenge is for adventurers, gamers, mystery seekers, puzzle-solvers and the curious minded who want to immerse themselves in the biggest collection of enigmas ever. Using the most advanced technology you will travel to incredible locations around the world without leaving your front room.

You can either play on your own, supported by your friends or with anyone you consider fit to face the challenge. We guarantee that this experience will not leave you unsatisfied; it is designed and supported by world class experts in the fields of technology, history and entertainment.

The campaign’s closing in on their funding goal already with still 27 days left to go.


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  • odinsgrandson

    It took me a while to actually go through their KS page, and it looks like the creators are trying to help their backers understand that their world is being controlled by secret societies, and want to induct them into mystical secrets, based on a time capsule left by Jules Verne.

    They even claim to know the secrets of the Bildeburgers and other societies so secret, they might not even exist.

    Reminds me a little of a KS ‘card game’ has was meant more as a tool for new age enlightenment.