Greetings Otherworld travelers, and welcome to a very, very interesting stop amongst other worlds today. I have a wonderful new project to show you that I’m sure you’re going to love, especially if you’re a big fan of riddles and escape rooms. Read on to learn more about Journal29.
One of the goals of every storyteller is to bring about a new tale in a novel enough way that it catches and captivates fans and readers. The creator of Journal29, Dimitris Chassapakis, brings his story to life in an interesting enough way that has the adventure coming to life right in your hands. With snappy story elements, readers-slash-players are tasked with solving a mystery that is presented across a number of pages, with each riddle helping to create a cipher of sorts. The puzzles are challenging enough where the book can be played with others, as it helps to have different sorts of analytical styles. Yet, even if you don’t have a couch-ready think tank, Journal29 has you covered, inviting other players to their site to help with tips.
Journal 29 is a unique book game where you can solve riddles and puzzles and submit your answers online to get the keys and move forward.
To solve the riddles, you need to think out of the box.
You can write, draw, search, fold pages, combine different methods and try to get those riddles right.
Journal 29 is a 148 pages book providing over 63 riddles you can solve.
A top secret excavation did not bring any result for 28 weeks.
It was on the 29th week that something unexpected happened.
The team disappeared and the only thing that was left behind was their Journal.
You must solve the riddles in order to solve the mystery.
With fresh puzzles that challenge your way of thinking, Chassapakis delivers fun in a style that you might not have been considering. But as you make your way along, there are countless opportunities to break that state of mind and really enjoy oneself. There is no doubt that if you pick up Journal29, you’ll enjoy the follow-ups, of which two have been released. But it all starts here, with the original, which you should dive into as soon as you can. Check out Journal29: Interactive Book Game on Amazon today, and do be sure to check out the mysterious Journal29 website as well!
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