50 Clues: White Sleep

By | May 15, 2019

by 50 Clues (website)

£14.00 €16.00

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White Sleep is the second puzzle game in the series about Mary. Together with her son they are on the run and at the same time preparing for the big showdown. But will they make it?
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based on ratings from 4 users
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Lindsey Carey (Dinner Jackets) expert rated this:
intense💀extreme fear

You really have to think like the character, creepy!

🏆Annagramma expert rated this:Rated between 25 and 25 out of 5
Played: 13 Aug 2022 Team size: 2 Time taken: 65 Outcome: Successful escape!

Better than episode 1 in terms of puzzles, we took one hint and that was for something quite macabre that we wouldn't have thought of doing. Seemed a bit unnecessary as story can still be creepy without the nasty bits. One puzzle solve was ambiguous we thought but we got it right on first try. Overall love the format but story still makes us uneasy!

Anonymous rated this:Rated between 35 and 35 out of 5
Played: 4 Jul 2021 Team size: 3 Time taken: 1:31
Wesley Mead expert rated this:Rated between 40 and 40 out of 5

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This was the biggest challenge out of the 3 games for us. I would say that the difficulty level is generally higher than in The pendulum of the dead. But it might also be because there are more “aha puzzles” in here, as in puzzles that aren’t obvious how to solve from the beginning, but once you see it it makes sense. We enjoyed most of them, even though we did have to use a few hints to understand what we were supposed to do, we found the puzzles to be clever and exciting.

* Full disclosure: there is one puzzle in there that none of us understood even after reading all the hints, but since I don’t understand it, I can’t really say too much about it

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