Feb 16, 2018
13 Clues is now available from CMoN.
London 1899. Just before the turn of the century, the city is gripped in the throes of a crime wave. Scotland Yard is overrun with cases, so they must rely on outside help. That’s where you come in. As one of the world’s best detectives, you must interpret the clues and solve the case before your competition. Did the Countess commit an unspeakable act in the Theatre? Perhaps the Duke made use of a Crossbow in the Museum? Dangerous criminals are on the loose and the game is afoot!
In 13 Clues, you take on the role of a master detective trying to solve your own case. You’ll need to identify the culprit responsible for the crime, the location it took place in, and the weapon they used to carry it out.
13 Clues puts your reputation as a master detective to the test. Listen to the responses you get, read the information at your fingertips, and above all, observe everything. The answers to your case are all around you, but do you have the skills to find them?
Nov 21, 2017
Space Cowboys is proud to present a brand new standalone collection of 10 cases to solve in the Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective game line, with Carlton House & Queen’s Park. Some of these cases include the long out-of-print expansions from the original game by Ystari, both updated and revised.
Just like in previous adventures in Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, each case in this 10-case collection casts you as one of the Baker Street Irregulars and sets you in Victorian London to help Holmes solve these confounding mysteries. As the previous cases, the introduction is provided for you, and then you and your team of detectives have the freedom to go wherever you want to track down the answers and solve the puzzles, making the most of the tools and clues provided.
However, what makes the Carlton House & Queen’s Park collection different is that it provides players with two new locations to explore. One of these is both the grounds of and Carlton House itself, the daunting mansion full of secrets locked away inside. Queen’s Park is the second, inside which lies one of the hardest cases you’ll face yet—one that will take three days to solve!