PostCurious Game Archive
 
The Tale of Ord (2018)
Limited release (500 copies)

The Tale of Ord is a handmade limited edition narrative tabletop puzzle adventure in which you take the role of a private investigator tasked with finding two missing professors from the Emerens Institute, but when information is uncovered about a mysterious relic found by an archaeological team, you have the opportunity to change the course of destiny. Through four packages with an assortment of notes, articles, drawings, and strange artifacts, you set out on a journey to explore the supernatural forces of Norse mythology, attempting to learn the meaning of mysterious symbols as you progress through different puzzles and begin to unravel the secrets of fate and time. All 4 packages were shipped in 1 box, each containing a variety of puzzles and approximately 3-4 hours of gameplay.

 
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1/5

Special thanks for The Tale of Ord: E. Orlov, F. Bolles, Alex Rosenthal, Hillary Manning, R. Rekhler, Ayodhya Ouditt, K. Ottinger, V. Rosenfeld, M. Poplawska, M. Hochler, Samantha Dempsey, T. Wagner, R. Byrne, A. Dupuy, C.J. Smith, M. Casadevall, B. Kuehner, B. Chang, Edouard Daunas, Gregg Lempp, David Gill, Vilray Bolles, Jessica Banks, T. Hui, M. Massalone, M. Parks, A. O’Connell, S. Persaud, A. Bulseco, Kevin MacLeod, and David & Lisa Spira.

Reviews for The Tale of Ord
 
Whisper in the Woods (2020)
Limited release (40 copies)
 
Whisper in the Woods was a limited edition standalone puzzle game released for the winter holidays in 2020. It expanded on the stories found in The Tale of Ord and The Emerald Flame with a missing girl, a lake brimming with magic, and strange symbols on a box mailed to your door. Contained in a handcrafted wooden puzzle box, players received personalized letters, hand-aged documents, wooden ornaments, a limited edition enamel pin, and a refill for the consumable components in the game.

ESCAPETHEROOMers review of Whisper in the Woods
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