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Crack codes, decipher clues, and ponder puzzling enigmas, while being immersed in two separate compelling storylines. In Blackbrim: 1876, enter Victorian England, and chase a sinister criminal, Reager Skinner. In The Fifth Column, enter WWII era Manhattan and take down a secretive Nazi spy plot. Each game utilizes real materials and events from their respective eras and locations. Can you crack these challenging cases?

Puzzling Pursuits games each contain two distinct parts that can be played immediately one after another, or split up over two play sessions - it's like having two games in one. Adventures can be played solo, or with a group, and are designed to challenge players of all skill levels. Snag this epic duo and enjoy the thrill of solving a mystery!

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    The puzzles within these games are quite challenging. Many inexperienced players have enjoyed our games but often take more time and use more hints than more seasoned puzzle-solvers. Inexperienced players will also benefit from working in a group, since different players will find different puzzles easier. Our games have no time limit and come with an online hint system so that players of all experience levels can calibrate the game for themselves.

    We recommend ages 14 and older. While the material is appropriate for younger players, the puzzles are quite challenging. That said, players younger than 14 have also enjoyed playing our games, typically in a group that includes older players.

    We recommend groups of 1-6 people, though groups larger than 6 have enjoyed playing as well! A larger group just means players will need to share more of the puzzles.

    Like most escape rooms or puzzle adventures, the game is fun when you don't know how to solve the puzzles, so it's typically played only once per person.

    However, many players keep the materials in good condition (since none of the puzzles require destroying materials to solve them) to pass their game along to a friend or family member afterwards.

    Yes, you will need Internet access to view the Online Companion Guide to get hints, check answers, and progress the story. You may also use the Internet to help solve several of the puzzles.