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$7.99 for Online Escape Game for One Device from Family Secrets ($19.99 Value)

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Players solve puzzles and riddles to uncover the secrets of a themed online escape-room game in the comfort of their homes

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Dawn
4 ratings1 reviews
April 13, 2021
My sisters, niece and I had a great time exploring this mystery and working together to solve the clues. We were soooo close when we finally threw in the towel.

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  • Available rooms: Family Secrets
  • Age restrictions: must be 12 or older
  • Average length of game: 1–3 hours
  • Customers have 72 hours to play before access to game expires

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must be 12 or older. After booking, code will be provided and game can be started at any time. Once code is entered, customers will have 72 hours to play before the token expires. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Family Secrets

Family Secrets is a themed online escape-room game that can be played by several people at the same time. Once they are connected with one another via Skype, Zoom, or MS Teams, they can solve puzzles and riddles together. Plus, there's no time limit, so they can take however long (or short) they want to enjoy the game to the fullest.

In Family Secrets, players receive an old-fashioned handwritten letter from England. It states that the player's great-uncle died and they are invited to his house in his home country. The problem is, it is the first time ever they hear about the uncle. The mystery is begging to be solved and the participants can indulge it as well as their own curiosity.