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Find Me There is an investigation game on a postcard. 

Lucy is in danger and she needs your help, you're her last and only hope. 

Get all the hints from the letter and the crossword Lucy sent you and find where she  is located before it's too late. 

The clock is ticking.

The player will set a timer and they will have one hour to find where Lucy is located.

StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
Rated 4.0 out of 5 stars
(6)
Authorarirav
GenrePuzzle
TagsMystery, postcard, Singleplayer, wywhjam

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postcard.pdf 385 kB
crossword_solution.pdf 770 kB

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I Really like the idea behind hiding clue in a post card and i was quite excited to settle in and solve the puzzle


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I was a little disappointed that the solution was just the city, i was expecting that i would have to find a full address (The Kind You Would Put In When Sending A Postcard) and steadily descended into a madness of trying to solve Morse code and decrypt Anagrams in an attempt to find the rest of the address.


Nevertheless i really enjoyed the idea and hope you make another one soon....Just maybe this time a little harder with more to discover?


 

Not knowing what your plans are for Find Me There, or Lucy :), but I would be happy if further versions of this were released to tell more of the story. 

Oh I'd love to do more in the future for sure! I think there is for sure more to tell than just something that fits in a postcard :) 

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That was a fun crossword, but I was a little surprised to realize that you don't actually need to solve more than one word to locate Lucy.

Still, well done overall!

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I was thinking at first to make it a little more difficult but then I hoped people would still like to solve the crossword regardless of the final objective!

Hope it was fun and thank you!!

Oh, we did still solve the full crossword.  And it was fun!

I'm glad to hear that! Thanks for playing :)