ClueQuest: Print + Cut + Escape Episode 3: Humanity 2.0

By | July 11, 2020

by ClueQuest (website)

£15.00

Languages: EN

🖨print-and-play
90 mins
The conclusion to the Alpha Brain saga. In Humanity 2.0, your mission is to help Mr Q and his team escape an army of mind-controlled sheep and locate Professor Blacksheep’s secret base. Intel suggests he has been working on a mysterious device, but his plans are as yet unknown. You must uncover the device’s secrets and put an end to the Professor’s dastardly scheme!
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I liked Cluequest’s first print and play game and loved their second; does the third part measure up? For those who prefer to skim read: yes, it does. While not reaching the very high bar set by episode 2, it’s still in the top rank of home games for the creativity of its puzzle design.
As usual, you’re up against the nefarious Professor Blacksheep, continuing the story from the previous parts. The game primarily consists of a couple dozen printed sheets in black and white, with a web portal to...
clueQuest have added another excellent play-at-home option to their already stellar collection. Humanity 2.0 continues the narrative begun with Stolen IQ, and takes the series through to its conclusion

It’s really hard writing a review for a game I enjoyed SO MUCH. I just want to shout and rave about all the brilliant things … And there are so many of them! But equally, the game is full of “wow” moments, I don’t want to spoil a single second of it for any interested player out there!


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We have to stop Professor BlackSheep from creating his vision of Humanity 2.0 where information is restricted to humankind.
This is not your average play at home escape experience! The puzzles that are created out of pieces of paper are absolutely brilliant – we piloted a paper submarine around spinning icebergs, directed invisible lasers using paper mirrors and hit a golf ball over a paper obstacle course of London landmarks, all while following the story via some fantastic online videos.

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