Following up on Chronicles of Crime: 1400 (see "Lucky Duck Launches 'Chronicles of Crime - The Millennium Series'"), the year 1900 version challenges players to take on the role of Victor Lavel, a young French journalist who has it in his blood to solve crimes. In this new standalone game, players must collect evidence and interrogate suspects as well as solve escape-room-style puzzles through multiple scenarios. If players get stuck, they can ask colleague Charlotte, who runs the “Puzzles and Riddles” column in Lavel's newspaper, to offer a hint.VR Meets Board Game in ‘Chronicles of Crime’”). It is for one to four players, ages 14 and up, and plays in 60 to 90 minutes. Chronicles of Crime: 1900 will retail for $29.99. There will also be a Launch Kit available that comes with 6 copies of the game, a poster, a shelf talker, and a POS standee for $149.95.
Second Part of the 'Chronicles of Crime - The Millennium Series'
Posted by Jeffrey Dohm-Sanchez on April 14, 2021 @ 5:25 pm CT
'Primos' Will Feature a Team of Latinx Superheroes Saving the World
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