When we were planning our featured drink for the Last Masquerade mystery in a box game, we wanted something fun but mysterious. So what better than a color changing cocktail?! This drink is a fun twist on a Moscow mule, using butterly pea flowers to make blue ice that dyes the drink and changes color… Read more →
In every Society of Curiosities game, we like to include a tangible item that is custom designed. For our first solve the mystery game, Madok’s Lost Treasure, players go on a quest for pirate treasure – and of course we wanted pirate gold! Mystery in a Box Design Challenges Our goal in creating a custom… Read more →
A behind the scenes look of the creation of our solve the mystery – escape room style game, The Memory Stone.
We’re so excited to have you join the Society of Curiosities and play our mystery in a box! Here are a few tips for playing our game: Divide into Multiple Days OR Be Ready to Play 2+ Hours If you have the quarterly or yearly subscription, you’ll get entire episode of the game to play… Read more →
We created The Mysterious Map Heist so players could jump into a game right away without waiting for a package in the mail. Happily, like our mystery in a box games, it got rave reviews! Scroll down to read some of our favorite parts and click the links for the full reviews. The Mysterious Map… Read more →
Our games are packed with puzzles and will take between two and five plus hours to play. You get to play at home, at your own pace. So how should you tackle it?
We got our start commercially as escape room game designers. It was more difficult than we thought to make the jump from escape room designers to creators of game subscription boxes. Here’s how we did it.
The hunt for artists for our mystery in a box is almost as involved as the hunt for buried treasure! This game features a map illustrator from Brazil, a calligrapher from Canada, a tattoo artist from the UK, and more!