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KOS694029

EXIT: Dead Man on the Orient Express

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Reviewed by bryan t.
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I recommend this product
Average play time
2-3 Hours
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Immersive and Clever

This is the second game in the series that we have played. Having worked out the basic game mechanics in the first one (The Abandoned Cabin) we are now old hands at solving the clues and running the games smoothly. First time players should take their time with the game set up at the start though so as to avoid the head scratching and "what are we supposed to do now?" questions.

The rules are simple enough and the basic game mechanic is to look a picture or pictures portraying the in game location, and then resolve the presented clues or riddles to open up an in game container, which leads to another clue or riddle. The answer to most riddles comes in the form of a three number code, which when entered into the provided code wheel (think of it as an old telephone dial but with three discs of numbers from 0-9) gives you the number of the answer card which should (hopefully) confirm your correct answer and open up the next clue. Some of the clues are very clever and hidden in parts of the game that you wouldn't expect (no spoilers here) and some are frustrating; however, you get a series of hint cards, the last of which is the full solution, for each riddle so ultimately, not knowing the answer will not prevent you from completing the game.

This particular mystery is basically Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express". The artwork and presentation is great and helps create a period atmosphere. You have to navigate numerous carriages on the train in order to…

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A classic tale of murder on the Orient Express, re-imagined. The culprit of a grisly crime is still on board your train. It’s a race against time to piece the clues together before the train reaches its destination. The case is perplexing, and you must solve it quickly so the assailant does not escape.

Difficulty Level: 4 of 5.

 

1-4 PLAYERS | 20 MINS | AGES 12+

 

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average rating 5.0 out of 5
Based on 1 review
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100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
Learning Curve
Rated 3 out of 5
Aesthetics
Rated 3 out of 5
Enjoyment
Rated 4 out of 5
1 Review
Reviewed by bryan t.
Verified Reviewer
I recommend this product
Average play time
2-3 Hours
Why I choose Thirsty Meeples
  • Hassle Free Shopping
  • Good Prices
  • Great Choice
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Immersive and Clever

This is the second game in the series that we have played. Having worked out the basic game mechanics in the first one (The Abandoned Cabin) we are now old hands at solving the clues and running the games smoothly. First time players should take their time with the game set up at the start though so as to avoid the head scratching and "what are we supposed to do now?" questions.

The rules are simple enough and the basic game mechanic is to look a picture or pictures portraying the in game location, and then resolve the presented clues or riddles to open up an in game container, which leads to another clue or riddle. The answer to most riddles comes in the form of a three number code, which when entered into the provided code wheel (think of it as an old telephone dial but with three discs of numbers from 0-9) gives you the number of the answer card which should (hopefully) confirm your correct answer and open up the next clue. Some of the clues are very clever and hidden in parts of the game that you wouldn't expect (no spoilers here) and some are frustrating; however, you get a series of hint cards, the last of which is the full solution, for each riddle so ultimately, not knowing the answer will not prevent you from completing the game.

This particular mystery is basically Agatha Christie’s “Murder on the Orient Express". The artwork and presentation is great and helps create a period atmosphere. You have to navigate numerous carriages on the train in order to…

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Learning Curve
Rated 3 out of 5
Aesthetics
Rated 3 out of 5
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Rated 4 out of 5
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All online orders are picked from our separate warehouse. We always ensure that your games are well packed before leaving. Wherever possible we'll re-use a cardboard box that we received games in from one of our suppliers. We figure it's better that way for our planet. But we do also use new boxes and wraps. If you have a strong preference either way please let us know in your Order Comments.
 

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