You love your job in the art museum. You take it seriously. One day, a new shipment arrives with 26 new pieces, by five revered artists. But there’s a problem: all the title cards have become detached from their art. Now you have just one hour to match up titles with art, before the museum opens for the day. It’s not going to be easy.
Little do you know that you are about to get some troubling news — one of the pieces is not what it seems.
The game is composed of a giant map, 26 pieces of art, and additional artifacts that you unlock over the course of the game.
The game features 26 pieces of original art, designed by illustrator Jez Burrows.
“None of us had done any sort of event like this before. I think all of us were hooked after solving our first puzzle. We were cheering and high-fiving like little kids. The puzzles were smart, creative and fun in a way that made us feel smart, creative and clever.”— Katherine
You can think of the game as entire escape room packed into a box and delivered to your workplace or bar of choice. It can work for groups as small as 5 and as large as 500.
Players are broken up into teams of 5-8. A team of 6 people can usually solve this game in two hours. (Fewer people = longer game.) Best of all, every team will get to play the entire game.
Because the game all takes place on a 20" x 30" poster, teams can easily work together to solve the puzzles.
“This turned out to be one of the most fun experiences I’ve ever had. Not only was it joyful, exciting and full of surprises, it helped me realize my own capability. I left feeling more confidence in my mind’s capability than I felt after leaving any class I’ve ever taken.”— Janna
We build our games to cultivate:
“I attended my first Mystery League event last night and it was so much fun - challenging, detailed, the story and puzzles were engaging. I’m new to town and it was a great way to meet new people, loved the atmosphere. Everyone was super friendly and the time flew by too fast.”— Nicole