Here's what players have to say…
This was awesome - I recommend it!Peter G.
The puzzles were clever and largely they were both new-to-me and challenging-while-achievable. That’s pretty much what you want, right?James Nathan, The Opinionated Gamers
Three enthusiastic thumbs up, plus one 10-yr-old insisting that the answer to everything is probably 'pizza.'Beth Q.
I highly recommend this game. Highly.Michael Burstein, Award-winning sci fi author and
member of the National Puzzler's League.
Because this game is beautiful. And not just the art--the attention to detail here is astounding, and the ease of the solutions is brilliant.EverythingBoardGames.com
Fun little puzzle game.John N., Amazon reviewer
Fun Challenge! This is an amazing game - it's so impressive that just a few cards can fit together so many ways.Brian Epstein, Amazon reviewer
This game was so much fun! I love puzzles and I'm stuck inside a lot during the winter so this really hit the spot.Jen Jen, Amazon reviewer
...working through the puzzles was a joy.Board Game Gumbo review
...a brilliant puzzle game with a clever solution mechanism.Room Escape Artist review
...a very cleverly created card game that will have you scratching your head and thinking like you never have before...Board Game Capital review
A new kind of puzzle game!
"It was a great experience for the three of us . . . I love it!"
Dale Yu,The Opinionated Gamers
Doctor Esker has vanished, leaving behind only a mysterious book full of puzzles written in his own hand. Nobody has cracked his cryptic codes yet. Are you up to the challenge?
The game provides a deck of 73 cards which contain nine devious puzzles to solve. You can play through the puzzles solo or together with family and friends. Great for a party, a game night, or a lazy afternoon.
The Sequel is here!
Son of Doctor Esker's Notebook is ready, with another 74 cards and ten puzzles to solve! Each game (original and sequel) is stand-alone, and you can play them in any order.