The King's Shilling
The year is 1787, and King George III has been fighting too many wars on too many fronts. The British Royal Navy needs more men, and has resorted to trickery through the illegal process of impressment: hiring teams of thugs to hide a silver “King’s Shilling” in the bottom of a beer stein, and thereby conscripting unwilling volunteers to join the naval fleet.
You’ve been conscripted and taken to your new ship, but once you get on board, you realize that your shilling is made of wood and not silver! Your impressment is invalid, and you can walk free…..but only if you can figure out how to prove it to Captain Malachi Wolfe before the H.M.S. Growl sets sail in an hour!
The Honorable Monsieur Arsenault III has invited you to his estate for a formal dinner party.
Unbeknownst to you, six other guests have also been invited, but by the time you arrive,
they—and M. Arsenault himself—are nowhere to be seen. You are greeted by DuBois, the head butler at the Arsenault House, but, for some reason, you have a strange suspicion that not everything is as it seems…
You are convinced that something has happened to M. Arsenault: can you figure out
WHODUNNIT in 60 minutes or less?
A long anticipated trip to the famous museum, home to the Mona Lisa has finally arrived. You've toured the rest of the museum and save the "Great Hall" for the end of your visit.
As you enter the Great Hall the door slams and locks behind you.
You find yourself in a dim area where Mona Lisa once was. Over a speaker you are told the authorities are on the way to arrest you for the theft of the Mona Lisa. You have 60 minutes before they arrive to find the painting and prove your innocence before they arrive.
This room was adopted from our Moncton location. It was known as "Framed" and has many of the puzzles from there so if you happened to play "Framed" at Mystery Moncton this room will not be much different