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Cluebox: The Trial of Camelot - Escape Room in a box
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Cluebox: The Trial of Camelot - Escape Room in a box

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ObjectOpen the box.
DifficultyLevel 10 - Mind Boggling
TypesWooden Puzzle Boxes, Sequential Discovery, Puzzle Boxes / Trick Boxes
Dimensions11 cm x 11 cm x 12 cm / 43. in x 4.3 in x 4.7 in
PackagingCardboard Box

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Product Info

The Cluebox is an interactive, manually assembled wooden box with various puzzles which have to be solved one after the other in order to open the box. Very much like an Escape Room in a handy format! The solution to each and every puzzle is based not on randomness, but only on logical decisions.  It is a unique and intriguing challenge. It's difficult to solve, satisfying to hold, and beautiful to display.  Trial of Camelot is the fourth in the series of challenging puzzle boxes!

The Story:The aging King Arthur asks for the help of his mentor, mage Merlin, to find a worthy knight who can take part in the quest for the Holy Grail. Later on Merlin finds a way to identify the worthy - the one who can pass the trail and "pull out the king's sword."

Many knights gifted with strength and valor came to Merlin, but none of them could cope with the trial. Until Galahad, son of Lancelot, came along. A short time later King Arthur proclaims him the greatest knight ever.

Many deeds of Galahad are described in detail in medieval literature, except for one - the trial of Merlin, which remained a secret of Galahad. Until quite recently, in West Yorkshire, a mound with the tomb of an unknown knight was excavated. All indications pointed that it was the tomb of the knight Galahad, and in his hands there was the trial of Merlin, which accompanied Galahad until the end of his days.

Now we suggest that you pass the Trial of Camelot and equal yourself with the greatest of the Knights of the Round Table!

The cluebox is resettable and is precisely cut from high quality birch wood using the finest laser technology.

Secret Space: 1.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 4.5 cm
Size: 11x11x12 cm
Playtime: 60 – 90 minutes
Ages: 14+


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    On Friday January 20th Thomas wrote,
IDventure dropped the ball on the quality if this puzzle. This is my 4th box and didn't run into the same issues. The solve was clever I'll give them that but I had to check the hints to confirm solutions as they required forcing. My final step was not set and fell out the puzzle after step 1. Step 2 was stuck despite being in position. Step 4 required foce and one of the sliders was physically blocked. I thought it was a missed step by me but no I had to force it and rework it was sanding and wax after solve. It works fine after adjusting but that's not great for my solve. IDventure failed to respond to complaint also.
    On Monday January 9th Paul wrote,
Having solved the Nautilus puzzle and enjoying that one immensely, this one was just as good. Every solve lead to another area and puzzles were well thought out. Great puzzle for any puzzle person
    On Tuesday December 27th PuzzleMom wrote,
This is my 5th Cluebox and definitely my favorite so far! So many challenging, fun puzzles contained within the solving of this box. And, just when you think you're almost finished, something else shows up! I am pleased to say I was able to complete it without looking at any hints. I like this on a little better than the Labyrinth Cluebox, mainly because I had to "cheat" to figure that one out...It is very cool, though, too!
    On Thursday December 22nd Vincent wrote,
I've completed 3 of iDVenture's puzzles now, and while I had fun, this one was the my least favourite. Without spoiling, some pieces didn't "unlock" like they were supposed to, and I was forced to look up the answer because of the confusion. Still, it was quite enjoyable and I can't wait for the next one!
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